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Martin, TN woman injured in crash

(Source: Martin Police Department/Facebook) (Source: Martin Police Department/Facebook)
(Source: Martin Police Department/Facebook) (Source: Martin Police Department/Facebook)
MARTIN, TN (KFVS) -

A Martin, Tennessee woman was injured in a crash on Friday, May 19.

According to the Martin Police Department, officers were called to the area of Highway 431 where a car was reported in a ditch.

Police say two area residents were the first to arrive on scene and noticed that 57-year-old Sheila McGuire was still inside the car.

According to police on Facebook, McGuire was confused and not fully aware that she had been in a crash, but was talking to those on scene.

Firefighters and EMS got her out of the car by cutting the windshield and roof, and she was airlifted from the scene.

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