South Florida Sun Sentinel, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Wed. March 4, 1987, p. 22.
Woman, teen die in wrecks A Lake Worth woman and a Lake Park teen-ager teen-ager teen-ager were killed Tuesday in separate accidents in Palm Beach County, police said. Sydell Mosner, 74, of the 4300 block of Fountains Drive, was killed about 11:30 a.m. in a car crossing Lake Worth Road west of Lake Worth, police said. The car, driven by Mosner's husband, Gabriel had entered Lake Worth Road from Cypress Edge Drive and was traveling south toward Huntington Trail when it was struck broadside by a car going east on Lake Worth Road, police said. The eastbound car, driven by Richard S. Fleischer, 37, of Royal Palm Beach, was damaged, but Fleischer was not injured, police said. Mosner was dead on arrival at Wellington Regional Hospital, where her husband was in critical but stable condition, a spokesman said. Richard Lowery, 16, was killed and his passenger, James Manley, was seriously injured after their van struck an 18-tractor-trailer 18-tractor-trailer 18-tractor-trailer 18-tractor-trailer 18-tractor-trailer on West Eighth Street in Riviera Beach about 3:30 p.m., police said. Lowery, traveling east on West Eighth Street, turned left into Congress Avenue, striking the tractor-trailer, tractor-trailer, tractor-trailer, police said. The van was hit by a pickup truck behind the tractor-trailer, tractor-trailer, tractor-trailer, police said. Manley was in serious condition at Humana Hospital, and the tractor-trailer tractor-trailer tractor-trailer driver, Bernard Hawthorne, was treated at St. Mary's Hospital in West Palm Beach and was released, police said. The driver of the pickup truck, Joseph Jackson, was not injured, police said.