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Electra Woman Dies in Car Crash

An Electra woman was killed in an overnight accident. It happened not far from the Electra city limits.

 DPS troopers say 58-year-old Sharon Nason was heading south on the service road off Highway 287 around midnight. Her 2000 Ford Pickup went off the road to the left. Troopers say Nason steered her 2000 Ford Pickup to the left and went off the road. They say Nason then overcorrected to the right, then back to the left, and then her truck slid and rolled several times.

 Nason was ejected from the vehicle and died at the scene. Troopers say she was not wearing a seat belt.
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