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Police: Woman Drove Through Stop Sign Before Fatal Crash

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    Police: Woman Drove Through Stop Sign Before Fatal Crash
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    A school bus driver ran a stop sign that cause a fatal crash according to the Bexar County Sheriff's Office.

    Police in Maine say a woman has died in a two-vehicle crash involving an SUV.

    Authorities say the crash happened around 1:12 p.m. Wednesday in Bowdoin. Police say 37-year-old Amanda Gauvin, of Lewiston, failed to stop at a stop sign. Investigators say Gauvin's car was struck on the driver's side in the intersection by an SUV driven by 29-year-old Geraldine Scanlon, of Sabattus.

    Gauvin died at the scene. Police say Scanlon was not injured in the crash.

    Sagadahoc County Sheriff Joel Merry says it's not clear why Gauvin didn't stop before entering the intersection. Police continue to investigate.

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