The Essex County District Attorney’s Office has identified the woman killed in a two-car rollover crash on I-95 in Georgetown Saturday morning as 45-year-old Nichole Rodgers.
The crash happened around 11:15 a.m. near the Route 113 ramp when an SUV and a sedan collided, authorities said previously. The crash caused the SUV to rollover, and Rodgers and a 52-year-old Peabody man were thrown from the vehicle.
Rodgers, a Georgetown resident, was taken to a hospital in an ambulance and later died of her injuries, authorities said previously. The Peabody man was flown to a Boston hospital with life-threatening injuries. It is unclear what condition he is in as of Sunday evening.
The third and final person in the SUV was a 5-year-old girl, authorities said previously. She was taken to a New Hampshire hospital with minor injuries, along with the driver of the sedan. It is unclear what condition they are in as of Sunday evening.
The driver was the only person in the sedan at the time of the crash, but first responders found the car’s airbags fully deployed, authorities said previously. As of Sunday afternoon, no charges had been filed, but Massachusetts State Police said they were still investigating the cause of the crash.