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Toledo woman killed in rollover accident

NORTHWOOD, OH (Toledo News Now) -

A Toledo woman is dead after a rollover accident in Northwood on Friday night.

Northwood Police say Eleanor Biller, age 68, was killed when she was ejected from her vehicle after hitting a telephone pole around 11 PM on Friday.

Police say Ms. Biller was traveling on State Route 579 when she went to pass 5 vehicles.

That's when her vehicle went off the side of the road, struck a telephone pole, went airborne and landed on the driver's side. The vehicle then rolled twice and Ms. Biller was ejected from the vehicle.

Emergency workers were unable to revive Ms. Biller.

She was not wearing a seat belt.

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