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Police seeking witnesses, dashcam video following fatal car crash south of Cawston, B.C.

According to police, a westbound Subaru left Highway 3 on Friday evening and crashed into a rockface, killing the driver, a woman in her 40s. Global News

Police in B.C.’s Southern Interior are asking for public help following a fatal highway car crash on Friday.

Keremeos RCMP say a woman in her 40s died after the grey Subaru Forester she was driving crashed into a rockface along Highway 3, south of Cawston, around 8 p.m., on Nov. 6.

According to police, the westbound Subaru left the road before crashing.

The woman, Tara Bowie, 40, of Cawston, was the lone occupant in the single-vehicle incident.

Read more: Former Okanagan journalist killed in highway crash

Bowie was the former editor of the Keremeos Review, from 2014-18.

Police say the collision is being investigated, but noted that road and weather conditions were reported as being good at the time.

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RCMP say they are also seeking witnesses and anyone who has information, including possible dashcam video, is asked to contact South Okanagan Traffic Services in Keremeos at 250-499-2250.

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