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Lowell woman dies in I-495 crash

A woman was killed early this morning after the car she was in crashed on Route 495 in Littleton, according to the Massachusetts State Police Department.

When officers arrived on the scene at about 3:23 a.m., 19-year-old Nancy Kheam of Lowell, a passenger in the 2004 Honda Accord, was found dead, according to a statement from state police.

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The driver, Dana Kelley, 20, of Westford, was traveling on Route 495 North, before Route 2, when he lost control of his 2004 Honda Accord and struck the guardrail, according to the statement.

Kelley and another passenger, Kurt Boyd, 21, of Westford, did not have any apparent injuries and were brought back to the baracks and interviewed, said State Police spokesman David Procopio in an email.

A third passenger, Kayla Delisi, 22, of Salem was transported to Emerson Hospital in Concord, said the statement. The cause of the accident remains under investigation.

Jeffrey Fish can be reached at jfish@globe.com.
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