Found while researching trends in Pennsylvania Governors last night, under the entry for Governor Martin Grove Brumbaugh, 25th Governor of Pennsylvania from 1915 to 1919:
His son, Dr. David Brumbaugh died in a barnstorming accident over Lake Michigan in 1921 when he choked on a sausage.
I had to do a double take on that one. There are barns to storm over Lake Michigan? And I’m not sure I want to know what role the sausage played in this daredevil stunt, or how he ended up choking on it. But I was unable to find any credible independent verification out there on how M.G. Brumbaugh’s son may have actually met his demise. So I’m thinking maybe someone on Wikipedia has a twisted sense of humor.