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Crash on Hwy. 11 claims life of woman, 20

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A 20-year-old woman died Sunday morning after her vehicle rolled over and landed in a ditch on Highway 11, south of Hillside Beach.

Powerview RCMP and EMS personnel were dispatched to the crash about three kilometres east of Traverse Bay Road at around 7:30 a.m. after being alerted by a passing motorist.

The woman was taken to hospital in Pine Falls, where she was pronounced dead. Police have not released her name.

Alcohol is considered a contributing factor to the single-vehicle crash.

The investigation is continuing with the help of an RCMP traffic analyst.

 

 

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