Woman killed in Asheville auto accident when ejected from vehicle

March 17, 2011

A woman was killed in an Asheville auto accident when her vehicle crashed on Leicester Highway, the Newark Advocate reports.

The vehicle struck a guardrail and flipped in the Asheville auto accident.

A passenger who wasn’t wearing a seatbelt during the Asheville auto accident was ejected from the vehicle. The truck landed on top of her, and she was pronounced dead at the Asheville auto accident scene.

Law enforcement officials believe the driver fell asleep and caused the Asheville auto accident.

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