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4/21/02 - Wood Co.

Good Samaritan Killed on the Highway

In Wood County, a Dallas woman, attempting to do a good deed Saturday, was killed .

DPS troopers say 23-year old Johnnie Sue Ewalt saw a turtle in the middle of Highway-80 outside of Hawkins, and walked into the roadway to save him.

Ewalt was hit by a car as she walked into the roadway.  She died an hour later at Trinity Mother Frances Hospital in Tyler.

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