Update: Lexington Woman Dies From Injuries Suffered In Earlier Car Crash

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Updated: 12/20/2013 10:32 pm
State Police said a Lexington woman died Friday from injuries suffered in a car crash ten days ago.

Investigators said Yarelis Figueredo Romero, 27, of Lexington, lost control of her 2008 Scion in a curve while traveling north on Crutcher Pike just west of Richmond on December 10, 2013.

State Police said Romero's car left the road and hit a tree.

Investigators said she was not wearing a seat belt and that it appeared that speed was a factor in the single vehicle crash.

State Police said Romero was alone in the car. 

State Police are still investigating the accident.
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