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Car rolls down ravine, killing driver

Published February 12, 2011 4:36 pm
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A Richfield woman killed in a crash on Interstate 70 may have rolled her car hours before anyone found her.

Julie Ann Holdaway, 45, was the only person in the Pontiac G6, according to the Utah Highway Patrol. Sgt. Jeff Plank said troopers have been told she left her home early Saturday, possibly before sunrise, to visit family in Colorado. About 12 miles east of Salina, the Pontiac entered a curve and lost control, a UHP news release said. The car rolled several times down the side of a ravine and landed upright.

Someone reported the wreck about 3 p.m. and Holdaway was dead when troopers arrived, Plank said.

Nate Carlisle




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