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Seaford woman killed in crash on Wantagh State Parkway, police say

Nassau and State Police at the scene after

Nassau and State Police at the scene after a person was killed in a one-car crash on the northbound Wantagh State Parkway near the Jerusalem Avenue overpass at 8:48 a.m. on Oct. 1, 2015. Photo Credit: Harry Loud

A Seaford woman was killed Thursday when the car she was driving careened off the Wantagh State Parkway, crashing into a tree off the shoulder of the road in Wantagh, police said.

State Police identified the victim as Amy Giunta, 43, and said she died at the scene. Police said she was alone in the vehicle.

Witnesses told police they had seen the car, a black Cadillac DTS sedan, traveling at a high speed on the northbound parkway before it crossed several lanes and left the roadway about 8:48 a.m.

The crash closed the road for about two hours between Sunrise Highway and the Southern State Parkway, police said.

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