LODI (CBS13) – A Lodi woman was killed when her car crashed into a tree early Friday morning.

The scene was along Kettleman Lane, east of Locust Tree Road.

Officials with the California Highway Patrol’s Stockton division says officers showed up at the scene a little after 12:30 a.m.

A woman driving a Honda had apparently tried to pass several slower cars on the road when she lost control. The Honda first crossed into the westbound lane, then went back into the eastbound lane before it started to spin.

The car eventually went off the road and crashed into several trees.

Investigators say the impact of the crash ejected the driver. She apparently wasn’t wearing her seatbelt, officers say.

The woman was pronounced dead at the scene. She has been identified as a 23-year-old Lodi resident.

Comments
  1. David Ross says:

    I can relate 1st hand to this. Been thru it . Hit a tree at 70mph and ejected w/ no seat belt either. Don’t know how I survived, but was a real blessing and since then, each day of my life has become more important and valuable. I can really appreciate every extra day of life, every extra breath of fresh air I get to breath in and savor. AHH,,, Life is great.! Life is beautiful.! Don’t take it for granted… Enjoy it while it is here and now……

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