SPRINGETTSBURY TOWNSHIP, Pa. (WHTM) — An early morning crash killed a woman in Springettsbury Township, York County on Friday, Aug. 12.

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In a public release from the York County Coroner, 25-year-old Zoraida Soto of York Township was driving her vehicle on US 30 west just after midnight on Friday, Aug. 12. Her vehicle went off the road just before the Mt. Zion Road exit.

The release says that the car crashed through fencing and rolled several times before coming to a rest. It is believed that Soto was not wearing her seatbelt and was ejected during the time the car was rolling over. Because of this and the injuries she sustained, she died at the scene according to Deputy Coroner Carrisa McLyman.

Soto’s body had been lying at the scene for several hours before she was found.

Initially, the crashed vehicle was seen by someone on Friday morning and was called in as a possible hit and run. When Springettsbury Police arrived to investigate, Soto’s body was found a distance from the vehicle, and it was ruled a vehicle crash

The coroner has said the cause of death was due to multiple blunt force injuries and was an accidental death. Next of Kin was notified, and a routine blood toxicology report was obtained