JAMESTOWN (CBS13) — A 21-year-old Sonora woman has died after a crash near Jamestown on Monday morning, authorities say.

California Highway Patrol says, a little before 7 a.m., a driver was heading southbound on Highway 49, just north of Chicken Ranch Road. For some reason, another driver – 21-year-old Sienna Nulph – pulled in front of the other vehicle from the intersection.

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Nulph’s car was struck on the driver’s side. Medics quickly got to the scene and rushed her to Doctors Medical Center, but CHP says she later died from her injuries.

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The driver of the other vehicle suffered only minor injuries, officers say.

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Both drivers were wearing their seatbelts and neither drugs nor alcohol were factors in the crash, CHP says.