Woman in Simpsonville crash identified

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    GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C.  - A woman who died after a car crash Saturday afternoon has been identified by the Greenville County Coroner, FOX Carolina reports

    The coroner identified the woman as Mamie Porter, 85, from Simpsonville. 

    According to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, Porter was driving north on Scuffletown Road in a 2007 Buick sedan when the car veered off the road and overturned around 4:48 p.m. near Gresham Road.

    Porter was not trapped in the flipped car and she was wearing a seat belt when found, SCHP reports. Porter was taken to Greenville Hospital for treatment, but could not be saved. She was pronounced dead on Sunday. 

    This is a developing story that will be updated should more information become available.

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