Brodhead Woman Dies In Madison County Wreck

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Updated: 10/25/2012 12:03 am
The Madison County Sheriff's Office said a Brodhead woman died in a head-on collision Wednesday afternoon.

Investigators said it happened just after 5:00 p.m. at the intersection of Highway 1016 and Battlefield Memorial Highway North of Berea.

According to investigators, a Dodge Nitro driven by Angela N. Foster, 23, of Brodhead, was traveling north on Highway 1016 and apparently ran a stop sign, and collided head-on with a Dodge Ram pickup truck driven by Richard D. Wilburn, 36, of Berea.

Investigators said a passenger in Foster's car, Anna Rodriguez, 55, of Brodhead, died at the scene.  Investigators said Rodriguez was not wearing a seat belt.

The Sheriff's Office said Foster had a 2-year old girl in the backseat, who was properly restrained in a child safety seat.  Foster and the child were taken to a hospital in Berea.

Investigators said the pickup driver was wearing his seat belt.  He was treated at the scene for minor injuries.

The accident is still under investigation.

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