Firemen inspect wreckage of crashed plane in Newhall
Valley Times Photo Collection
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Photograph was edited for publication purposes Newhall, named after businessman Henry Newhall, is the southernmost and oldest district of Santa Clarita. Prior to the 1987 consolidation into the city of Santa Clarita, it was an unincorporated town. Photograph caption dated March 8, 1962 reads "Lewis was apparently buzzing the home of a friend." The article partially reads "Sheriff's officials said Jack Robert Lewis, 38, 530 Jamestown Rd., Burbank, was apparently buzzing the home of a fellow worker five miles northwest of Saugus when the accident occurred." Lewis died in the crash.
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