Police identify woman killed in crash on M-14 in Plymouth Twp. - New York News

Police identify woman killed in crash on M-14 in Plymouth Twp.

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Kimberly Bauer's Prius rolled several times before coming to a stop along the median all on M-14. Kimberly Bauer's Prius rolled several times before coming to a stop along the median all on M-14.
TAYLOR, Mich. (WJBK) -

Michigan State Police released the name of the driver killed Thursday in a single car accident along M-14 in Plymouth Township.

Lt. Michael Shaw says 53-year-old Kimberly Bauer was traveling eastbound on M-14 around 11:50 a.m. when she lost control of her Toyota Prius, which overturned several times just west of Sheldon Road.

Shaw says Bauer, who was not wearing a seatbelt, was ejected from the vehicle.

She was transported to Botsford Hospital and pronounced dead.

The highway was closed for several hours while crews conducted their investigation.

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