TEMPLETON, Calif. - [UPDATE]
The California Highway Patrol has identified the Idaho woman killed in a Templeton crash on Monday as 25-year-old Mikyley Reitz.
The CHP's collision report said Reitz's vehicle rolled over after leaving and re-entering the roadway and crushed the cab after landing on its rooftop.
Reitz had to be extricated from the wreckage by a CAL FIRE crew and was pronounced dead at the scene.
CHP continues to investigate the crash but said alcohol has not been ruled out as a factor in the collision.
The California Highway Patrol is investigating a deadly crash that killed an Idaho woman Monday evening in Templeton.
According to CHP, it happened just before 6:00 p.m. The 25-year-old woman was traveling northbound on Parkhill Road just south of State Route 58 in Templeton.
That's when she lost control of her Ford F-350 Pickup, traveled off the roadway and rolled over, according to CHP.
The woman sustained fatal injuries as a result of the collision. Her identity has not been released. No other vehicles were involved.
No further details were immediately known. We will update this story when new information becomes available.