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Prineville Women Injured in High Speed Crash

REDMOND, OR -- A Prineville woman suffered non-life threatening injuries in a high-speed crash, about nine miles east of Redmond, Thursday night. According to State Police, 20-year-old Kiahnna Saunders was westbound on O'Neil Highway when a trooper clocked her at 104 miles per hour, just before 6:30 p.m.

Before he could pull her over, she lost control in a corner, and the car flipped on its side. Saunders was initially found unconscious but regained consciousness and was able to get herself out of the vehicle.

She was flown by Air Link to St. Charles Bend. OSP cited Saunders for Reckless Driving, Violation of the Basic Rule by going over 100 MPH and Driving While Suspended. 

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