Brampton woman, 58, killed in single vehicle-crash near Blind River

Provincial police are investigating a single-vehicle crash near the town of Blind River that claimed the life of a Brampton woman.

Alcohol may have been a factor, police say

Provincial police are investigating a single-vehicle crash near the town of Blind River that claimed the life of a Brampton woman.

Investigators with the OPP's East Algoma detachment say the woman was ejected from her vehicle after it hit a guard rail on Highway 17 and rolled several times.

The incident happened early Saturday morning and police say alcohol may have been a factor.

They say 58-year old Carla Agostini was pronounced dead at the scene.

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