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Head-on South Union crash kills Fairchance woman |

Head-on South Union crash kills Fairchance woman

| Friday, December 24, 2010 12:00 a.m

A Fayette County woman died in a head-on collision Wednesday night.

Tammy Marie David, 45, of Fairchance was traveling north on Morgantown Road in South Union when her 1997 Buick Le Sabre crossed into the southbound lane and hit an oncoming car, state police at Uniontown said.

Coroners pronounced David dead at the scene as a result of blunt-force trauma to the head and body, police said.

The driver of the other vehicle, Donald Eugene Schmidt, 59, of Accident, Md., suffered only minor injuries and was taken to Uniontown Hospital, police said.

Police said they have not determined why David traveled into oncoming traffic.

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