Authorities say a woman is dead after fleeing from Pima County Sheriff's deputies and crashing her vehicle in Tucson.
Sheriff's officials identified the victim as 51-year-old Mary MacGregor-Wolfe.
They received a 911 call about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday about a suspicious sports car parked on a street with a woman behind the wheel.
Deputies say they discovered McGregor-Wolfe's driver's license was suspended and the license plate on her car had been reported stolen.
When deputies tried to talk to McGregor-Wolfe, they say she drove off at a high rate of speed.
Deputies did not pursue the vehicle, but later found her car rolled over on a roadway.
They say MacGregor-Wolfe was partially ejected from the vehicle and dead at the scene.
Authorities say an investigation of the crash was ongoing Wednesday.
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