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Woman Dies Of Accident Injuries

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A 35-year-old Spokane woman involved in a Friday night car accident died Sunday at Sacred Heart Medical Center, said the Washington State Patrol.

Julie A. Harness suffered massive head and internal injuries after she lost control of her black Suzuki Samurai shortly before midnight on Friday.

Her car left the road, hit landscaping and trees, rolled several times and stopped on its top at 16511 Sunrise Drive. Harness’ passenger, Kenneth W. Red, 24, suffered a broken wrist and head lacerations. , DataTimes

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