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UPDATE: Woman Killed In Otis Orchards Crash

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One woman was killed after her car rolled down an embankment near stateline on Thursday One woman was killed after her car rolled down an embankment near stateline on Thursday
OTIS ORCHARDS, Wash. -
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The Spokane County Medical Examiner has identified the woman who died in a car crash in Otis Orchards as 23-year-old Jordyn Bouquet. Friends have expressed that she went by the name Jordyn Noel. 

The manner of death was listed as an accident.

A candlelight vigil was held on Friday night to honor the victim. 

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Spokane County Deputies are investigating a fatal car crash in the Otis Orchards area near Starr Rd. and East River Road. 

Deputies say just before 4:00pm on Thursday they took a call from someone who spotted a car on its top on the north bank of the Spokane River near stateline. When deputies arrived they found the car and also the body of a woman 50 feet away. Investigators say right now it appears the car was heading east on East River Road, somehow lost control and rolled down a 150 foot embankment. Investigators believe as the car was rolling down the hill, the woman, who was not wearing a seatbelt, was thrown from the vehicle and killed. 

Right now detectives don't know exactly when the crash happened, but detectives believe it happened sometime after 7:00pm Wednesday night. 

The woman has not yet been identified but we are told she is white and in her 20's. 

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