Corbett Woolery, 23, of Caldwell died Monday of chest wounds he received Saturday night when the car in which he was riding left the road and turned over, injuring two of it three occupants.
The accident happened at about 12:30 Saturday night just east of the Huston school, when a car driven by Harvey J. Detweiter, 20, of Wilder, left the road and turned over, the sheriff's office said today.
Also injured in the wreck was Johnny Timmons, 18, of Wilder, who received a serious scalp wound. He was taken to the Memorial Park hospital for treatment and attendants there said his condition today was not critical.
Woolery was the son of Mrs. Clara Woolery of Caldwell, route 1. Besides his mother he leaves eight brothers, Buck of Oklahoma, Ralph of Stibnite, and Ray, Roy, Robert, Jules, Billy and Kenneth of Caldwell, and one sister, Imogene, of Caldwell.
Funeral arrangements will be announced later. The body is at the Peckham mortuary.