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Woman killed in fatal car crash

EDGEFIELD, SC (WFXG/WIS) -

A woman is dead after a car crash last night on Highway 23 at Dead Man's Curve.

Edgefield County Coroner Thurmond Burnett said Heather Holsomback, 30, ran off the road and hit a tree with her car. She was ejected from the car before it burst into flames, said the coroner.

Burnett said Holsomback was pronounced dead on the scene just before 10 p.m. Friday and died of severe body trauma.

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