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Woman killed when ATV goes over cliffSubmitted: 06/19/2013
Story By Newswatch 12 Newsteam

SAXON - A woman died when an ATV sailed over a cliff in Iron county.

Deputies got the call around seven last night about the ATV crash near Harbor Drive in Saxon.

The ATV did not make it around a corner on Harbor drive and traveled over the cliff, coming to rest on the beach.

A 42 year old woman who was a passenger on the ATV was dead at the scene.

Her 44 year old husband had been driving, and suffered severe injuries.

The man had apparently said he had been having trouble with the brakes on the ATV during a stop not long before the crash.

The couple was from the Milwaukee area.

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