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Corrigan teen dies following weekend wreck

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TYLER COUNTY, TX (KTRE) -

A Corrigan High School girl died Monday morning from injuries she suffered in a one-vehicle wreck in Tyler County on Sunday.

Victoria Michelle Foster, 16, died at 11:55 a.m. at a Beaumont hospital.

According to the DPS report, Foster was driving a 2000 Ford Mustang westbound on FM 1745 at 11:52 a.m. Sunday when she lost control of her car, leaving the south side of the road and striking a tree.

Foster's passenger, Jillian Elizabeth Spaw, 16, was transported to East Texas Medical Center Tyler in good condition with minor cuts and bruises.

Both teens were wearing their seatbelts.

According to her Facebook page, Foster was a student at Corrigan High School and Angelina College. Spaw was also a student at Corrigan High School.

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