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Woman Killed in Shawano County crashSubmitted: 08/23/2013
Story By Associated Press

SHAWANO COUNTY - One person died after a two car crash in Shawano County.

It happened around 2:20 yesterday afternoon in the Town of Morris.

A northbound vehicle on County Highway J tried to make a left turn onto Highway 29 when it pulled in front of traffic and was stuck.

That driver, 60 year old Mary Sawlicki of Tigerton, was airlifted to an area hospital where she died.

The other driver, 42 year old Lori Bessette of Tigerton, was taken away in an ambulance.

Both drivers were wearing seatbelts.


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