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A 22-year-old Lodge Grass woman killed in a single-vehicle wreck near Lodge Grass Monday morning has been identified.

Big Horn County Coroner Terry Bullis identified the woman as Sethalee Hope Little Owl. She was pronounced dead when she arrived at the Indian Health Service clinic in Crow Agency, Bullis said.

The woman was ejected from her SUV when the vehicle rolled over, according to the Montana Highway Patrol crash report.

The crash was reported at 5:50 a.m., 8 miles north of Lodge Grass. No one else was in the vehicle.

The woman was traveling southbound when her vehicle apparently began drifting off the road, causing her to overcorrect, according to the MHP report.

The SUV then crossed both lanes of the highway and skidded off the left shoulder, the report states, rolling multiple times before landing on its wheels.

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The woman was not wearing her seat belt.

Speed is suspected as a factor in the crash, but neither drugs nor alcohol are believed to have contributed to the rollover. The roadway was wet at the time of the crash, according to MHP.

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