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Woman Dies After Crashing Into Truck

The 28-year-old woman that died after police said she crashed into pickup truck has been identified as Misty Reis.

The 58-year-old man driving the pickup truck has been identified as Tony Marsh. 


The accident happened around 4:00p.m. on Friday on Brosch Road about a half a mile west of Highway25.  The woman was driving westbound when she collided into the pickup truck coming out of a private driveway turning east.

 
The woman was rushed to the Electra Memorial Hospital and was later pronounced dead.  There was an 8 year-old passenger in the car, they survived, but has some injuries.

The driver of the pickup truck did not have any injuries.

All of the people involved in this accident are from Electra. 


Newschannel 6 is working to get more details on the accident. 

Stay with 6 for updates.
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