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A woman was ejected from her vehicle after it rolled over in Hanover Township on Sunday, state police said.

The woman, whose name, age and condition weren't available, crashed on the 600 block of Hanlon Station Road, in Hanover Township, Washington County, about 7:30 p.m., police said. She was taken by helicopter to UPMC Presbyterian in Oakland, police said.

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