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BROOKFIELD TWP., Ohio - One woman is dead after a two-car accident in Brookfield Township on the intersection of Routes 7 and 82. 

According to Sgt. Jeff Greene, the accident happened at 2:45 p.m.

A black Hummer was traveling west on state Route 82 and a silver Jeep was traveling south on state Route 7. 

Police tell 21 News it appears the black Hummer ran the light and hit the silver Jeep. 

Carmen L. Maldonado-Iraq, age 73, of Sharon, Pennsylvania was pronounced dead at the scene. She was the right front seat passenger in Fadia Iraq's Jeep Liberty.  

Fadia Iraq, age 32, of Sharon, Pennsylvania received serious injuries. She is in critical condition at St. Elizabeth's Medical Center. Her vehicle sustained heavy damage to the passenger side.

Jessica L. Shaffer, age 26, of Brookfield, Ohio was driving the Hummer and received minor injuries. Shaffer was treated and released at the scene. Her vehicle sustained heavy front-end damage.

Neither occupants in the Jeep were wearing their seatbelts. However, Shaffer was using a seatbelt.

Police are waiting on toxology reports but it doesn't appear drugs or alcohol were a factor. 

Charges are pending. The crash remains under investigation.  

Stay with 21 News for more on this story as it develops. 

 

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