Woman killed in Washington County crash
A Washington County woman died early Sunday when her car left a roadway and struck a tree in Ellsworth.
Ilene Nicole Corpora, 27, of Fredericktown died at 2:20 a.m., Coroner Tim Warco said. He ruled her death an accident.
Corpora was the driver and lone occupant of a Honda sedan traveling north on Beallsville-Bentleyville Road when it crossed the center line about 1:25 a.m. and went off the right berm, traveling about 81 feet before striking the tree.
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