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Marion Co. Missing Woman Found, Deceased

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Officials in Marion Co. said a woman who went missing earlier this week is dead.

Sandra Sutton, 62, went missing Wednesday.

Marion Co. Coroner Norma Williamson said an autopsy has been ordered to determine a cause of death.

The Marion Co. Sheriff's Dept. said she was involved in a vehicle accident in Columbia.

Police say Son drove to New Orleans to take her husband to the airport around 3 p.m. Wednesday.

Her cell phone was last active at 6 p.m. in Angie, LA Wednesday night.  No one saw or heard from her since.

No other details have been released.

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