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Missouri driver dies in crash

A 55-year-old Missouri woman was killed Friday night during a single-vehicle crash along Interstate 64 west of Corydon.
According to a crash report, Julitea Ocuaman of Wildwood, Mo., was driving her 2003 Honda Odyssey eastbound in the left lane near the Corydon-Ramsey Road overpass at mile marker 104.
For an unknown reason, at about 11:15 p.m., the Honda swerved across the right lane, ran off the road and into a rock-lined ditch and flipped over. A teenage passenger in the back of the Honda was ejected out of the right rear door, police said.
Ocuaman, who was wearing a seat belt, was extricated and flown to University Hospital in Louisville, where she later died.
Raina Muthuaumaru, 18, of Missouri, who was ejected, complained of pain throughout her body. She and two other passengers ‘ Ruth Ocuaman, 19, of Wildwood and Margie Muthuaumaru, 53, also of Missouri ‘ were transported by ambulance to University Hospital. Ocuaman and Muthuaumaru, who were wearing their seat belts, also complained of pain.
Police said that drug and alcohol tests on Julitea Ocuaman were negative.