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Pittsburgh police investigating rollover SUV crash on Washington Boulevard

Madasyn Lee
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A woman was taken to a hospital after she fell asleep while driving on Washington Boulevard early Sunday and rolled her SUV, Pittsburgh police said.

The crash occurred around 1:30 a.m.

The woman told police she had been driving eastbound toward the Zone 5 police station when she fell asleep and the SUV rolled over. No other cars were involved, nor was there damage to the flood gates situated next to the road, police said.

The woman was talking when firefighters removed her from the SUV, police said. She was taken by paramedics to a local hospital to be evaluated.

Police are investigating.

Madasyn Lee is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Madasyn at [email protected], 724-226-4702 or via Twitter.

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