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October 6, 2003

Lanier County - A Lakeland woman was killed in an early morning car crash.

Thirty-six year old Annette Anderson was driving her GMC Jimmy south on Highway 135 when she lost control, ran off the road, and flipped. She was ejected and the truck rolled on top of her.

Troopers say a seat belt would have saved her life. "It's very unfortunate to say but she would've probably left with a few bruises had she been buckled in," said Anthony Heath, Georgia State Patrol. "There was no damage to the inside of the car where she was sitting."

Troopers believe Anderson may have swerved to miss a deer.

posted at 4:00 by ashley.harper@walb.com

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