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18-year-old woman killed in Freetown rollover crash

An 18-year-old lady from North Dartmouth was killed in a single-vehicle crash Thursday morning in Freetown.

The crash occurred simply after Eight a.m. on Route 140 northbound close to Exit 8, in line with a launch. State police are investigating why the lady’s automobile, a 2003 Ford Escape, crossed the median, rolled over into the southbound lane, and ended up on the shoulder of the street.

The lady was ejected from the automobile through the rollover and pronounced useless on the scene, police mentioned. She was the one particular person within the car. 

Officials plan to launch the lady’s identify as soon as her household has been notified.

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