By CHRIS AGEE
GRAFORD – A Graham woman died shortly after a single-vehicle rollover Tuesday morning, though authorities are unsure whether the crash or an underlying medical condition was the cause of her death.
The incident occurred around 2:45 a.m. on State Highway 337, about 120 feet north of Sikes Street, in Graford.
Department of Public Safety Trooper Gary Rozzell said Catarina Hernandez, 36, of Graham, was driving a 2009 Toyota Corolla south on the highway when she struck a wild hog on the road.
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Graham woman suffers fatal heart attack after wreck
By CHRIS AGEE
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