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Woman injured in crash near Brawley

April 12, 2001

BRAWLEY — A woman suffered minor injuries when her vehicle rolled on Highway 78 east of here and landed partially in a sugar beet field.

California Highway Patrol Officer Roland Pritchard said the single-vehicle accident occurred two miles east of McConnell Road, although Jon Hamilton, owner of Hawkins Towing, the company that towed the sedan, said the vehicle was about 200 feet west of McConnell.

Eddie Baxter of Gold Cross Ambulance Service said a 19-year-old female sustained abrasions and was transported to Pioneers Memorial Hospital in Brawley.

The sedan came to rest on its right side, the front end in a sugar beet field on the south side of the road, Hamilton said.

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Further information, including why the car flipped and the driver's identity, was not available at presstime today.

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