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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Police say a woman has died after driving the wrong way on a central Ohio street and hitting another vehicle head-on.


Columbus police say 60-year-old Bonita Allen, of Columbus, was killed while driving the wrong way on U.S. 23 early Monday. Police say Allen collided head-on with a sports utility vehicle, causing it to spin and hit a car in the same lane.


Police say two women in the SUV and a man in the car received treatment for non-life threatening injuries.


Allen was pronounced dead at the scene.


It was Columbus' 55th traffic fatality this year.


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