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One woman dies in Lincoln Co. crashSubmitted: 09/19/2013

Kalia Baker
Morning Anchor/Reporter
kbaker@wjfw.com

TOMAHAWK - Kimberley Madaj was killed in a car accident while driving along County Highway D. Madaj was from Tomahawk. She was 51 years old.

Wisconsin State Patrol are still unclear about what caused the crash.

Madaj lost control of her car, rolled several times and ended up in a ditch.

Tomahawk Fire Rescue workers were able to pull Madaj from the car, but she died of injuries from the crash.

There were no other passengers in the car, except the family dog. The dog was not hurt and has since been returned home.




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