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Woman Dies After Being Stabbed and Crashing, Anderson Police Say

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The victim hit a home on I Street before police found her. The victim hit a home on I Street before police found her.
ANDERSON, SC -

A stabbing in the city of Anderson has left one woman dead.

According to Sergeant Tony Tilley of the Anderson Police Department, officers responded to a vehicle accident on I Street just after 6:30 p.m. Wednesday night. Anderson County Deputy Coroner Charlie Boseman said that upon arriving, officers found a woman, identified as 29-year-old Kalisha Williams, of Pendleton, in the car suffering from a stab wound to the chest that she had suffered after getting into an altercation with another woman at a home on I Street.

Boseman said that Williams attempted to get away from the home and got into a car. She drove just a short distance before crashing into a porch at a home on I Street.

Boseman said that Williams was transported to AnMed Health Medical Center where she died at 7:15 pm. The woman accused in the stabbing was also transported to AnMed with superficial wounds.  

According to Tilley, the investigation is still in its early stages. No charges have been filed.  

Stay tuned to 7 On Your Side and WSPA.com for the latest on this developing story. 

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