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A man is put on a stretcher while police officers talk to a man and a woman following an auto collision at the East Union Street and North Euclid Avenue intersection. In the photograph, one can see 1950s era automobiles and the back side of stores that include Sears (532 East Colorado Boulevard), The Broadway (401 East Colorado Boulevard), Woolworth (387 East Colorado Boulevard), Alpert's Yardstick Store (381 East Colorado Boulevard), Nelson's Red Cross Shoes (375 East Colorado Boulevard), and William Pitt Jewelers (367 East Colorado Boulevard). The photograph was taken on May 14, 1955. The original negative was badly damaged and is no longer available.