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Morning Rollover Accident Kills Young Falls Woman

A young Wichita Falls woman was killed after rolling her car in a Labor Day morning accident.

Our crew was at the scene of the single car rollover pin-in accident that happened Monday around 8:40 a.m. on U.S. 281 just North of Scotland. 

DPS Trooper Tony Fulton confirmed with us that Stephanie Shurtz, 20, ran her 2010 Nissan Sentra off the road. She overcorrected, was ejected and the vehicle landed on top of her. 

DPS, Archer Co. Sheriff's deputies, Scotland and Windthorst VFD were at the scene along with Careflight and two ambulances.

The young victim was taken away by an ambulance. She was pronounced dead at United Regional.

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