Florida woman dies after hitting deer

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A 53-year-old woman died after her motorcycle hit a deer in Montgomery County, Maryland, Sunday night, police say.

Michelle Lee Beach, of Dunedin, Florida, was driving on the 21400 block of Beallsville Road near Sellman Rad around 8:45 p.m. when the incident occurred, Montgomery County police said in a news release Tuesday.

As first responders with the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Department and police responded to the scene, Beach was ejected from her vehicle. Authorities said she died after being taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries to her.

An investigation into the accident revealed that the 53-year-old man was following another motorcyclist south on Beallsville Road when he struck the deer. An investigation into the accident is ongoing.

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