1 Dead, 2 Hurt in Anchorage Car Crash

Police say alcohol and speed may have played a factor in a car crash that left a 32-year-old woman dead and two others injured early Friday in East Anchorage.

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SOLDOTNA- Police say alcohol and speed may have played a factor in a car crash that left a 32-year-old woman dead and two others injured early Friday in East Anchorage.
A man and two women were riding in a Chevrolet pickup truck around 2 a.m. Friday between Chipperfield Drive and Industrial Way when the driver lost control.
Police spokeswoman Jennifer Castro says the vehicle rolled multiple times. The driver, 29-year-old Andre Clinton, and 32-year-old Marcia Mausali were ejected from the vehicle. Mausali died. Clinton suffered life-threatening injuries. The third passenger was in the car wearing a seat belt.
Castro says Mausali and Clinton were not wearing a seat belt.