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May 26, 2010

Okla. City woman dies in fiery Grady Co. crash

— NEWCASTLE, Okla. (AP) — An Oklahoma City woman has been killed in a fiery collision with a tractor-trailer rig at an Interstate 44 toll plaza in Grady

County. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says 46-year-old Soledad Davila died in the crash at the Newcastle toll plaza. Troopers say Davila was westbound when she crashed into the rear of the semi that was stopped in the coin lane of the plaza Monday night. Davila’s car then caught fire and burned with her inside.

Investigators say they don’t know why Davila failed to stop.

 

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