Georgetown Woman Dies After Flipping Car

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Updated: 1/12 10:01 pm

The Scott County Sheriff’s Office said a 21-year-old woman died last night after flipping her car on Frankfort Road.

Deputies said Emilee Higgs from Georgetown was driving home from work in a 2005 Ford Focus.

They said she was heading west, when she went off the road, hit an embankment and flipped her car.

According to deputies, Higgs was partially ejected from the car.

The coroner pronounced her dead on the scene.

Investigators don’t suspect drugs or alcohol to be involved in the crash. They said Higgs wasn’t wearing a seatbelt.

Deputies said no one else was in the car.

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