Spokane woman killed in Idaho crash

A Spokane woman was killed on Sunday when she lost control of her vehicle on Idaho State Highway 162 near Kamiah, according to the Idaho State Police.

Sadie L. Burnett-Wagner, 67, was headed south on the highway when she went into a sharp curve to the left and her right wheels went onto gravel, causing her to lose control of her 2005 Saturn Vue.

The driver overcorrected and the vehicle slid back across the road, over an embankment and into a tree about 10:40 a.m. She died at the scene.

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