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Woman sought in fatal hit-and-run crash on southbound I-15

I-15 fatal accident

Steve Marcus

A pickup truck is shown on a tow truck after a fatal accident on I-15 southbound near Blue Diamond Road Tuesday, January 11, 2011.

Updated Friday, Jan. 14, 2011 | 5:49 p.m.

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Natalie Dawn Dubuisson

Fatal I-15 crash

Tow operators prepare to load an SUV after a fatal crash on I-15 southbound near Blue Diamond Road on Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2011. A female passenger in the SUV was ejected and killed. Launch slideshow »

The Nevada Highway Patrol is seeking the public’s help in finding a woman who investigators suspect was involved in a fatal three-vehicle hit-and-run crash earlier this week on Interstate 15.

NHP Trooper Joseph Fackrell said Natalie Dawn Dubuisson, 31, was southbound in a silver Mercedes Benz early Tuesday when her vehicle allegedly rear-ended a gray GMC pickup truck near the Blue Diamond Road interchange, causing the truck to go off the road and roll over.

Authorities say Dubuisson then proceeded to hit a gray Mitsubishi Montero, which rolled and ejected 44-year-old Inaya Sabra. Sabra was taken to University Medical Center's trauma unit, where she was pronounced dead, Fackrell said.

The Clark County Coroner’s Office said Sabra died from accidental multiple blunt force motor vehicle trauma.

Dubuisson left the scene, leaving her car behind, Fackrell said. He said she might have been picked up by another motorist.

The driver of the pickup truck was taken to UMC with minor injuries. Authorities said Dubuisson, who lives in Las Vegas and is originally from Iowa, also could be injured.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Dubuisson is being urged to contact the Highway Patrol at 702-432-5296 or the Secret Witness program at 702-385-5555.

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