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Brownfield woman killed in Haskell Co. accident

HASKELL COUNTY, TX (KCBD) -

One person died and one was injured in a one-vehicle crash Monday at 6:15 p.m.  The crash was on Farm Road 3495, ½ mile east of Farm Road 618 in Haskell County. 

Driver Donna Agnew Foster, 52, from Brownfield was taken to Haskell Memorial Hospital is reportedly in good condition with bruises and abrasions.  She was wearing a seat belt. Foster was released from the hospital Tuesday night.

Passenger Yvonne Bolen Agnew, 74, from Brownfield, was pronounced dead at the scene.  Agnew was not wearing a seat belt.

According to DPS officials, Donna Agnew Foster was driving a 2004 Dodge Durango westbound on Farm Road 3495.  In an attempt to avoid hitting an animal in the roadway, Foster swerved. The vehicle left the roadway and vaulted across a creek bed, striking a metal pipe fence and colliding with the west side of the creek bank.  The road was wet due to rain.

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