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Originally published Friday, February 22, 2013 at 10:06 PM

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Passenger killed in fiery Vegas crash from Wash.

A taxi passenger killed in a fiery crash on the Las Vegas Strip has been identified as a 48-year-old woman from the Seattle suburb of Maple Valley, Wash.

The Associated Press

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SEATTLE —

A taxi passenger killed in a fiery crash on the Las Vegas Strip has been identified as a 48-year-old woman from the Seattle suburb of Maple Valley, Wash.

The Clark County, Nev., coroner's office said Friday that Sandra Sutton-Wasmund died of multiple blunt force injuries.

Debbie Tvedt (twhite) is the office manager at a Maple Valley plumbing company that Sutton-Wasmund started with her husband, James Wasmund. Tvedt called the death "a big loss" and added tearfully, "This woman was everything to this community."

Tvedt said Sutton-Wasmund co-owned a dress shop called The Dazzled Dame and had gone to Las Vegas with her partner in the shop for a trade show.

A statement provided to KING-TV on behalf of Sutton-Wasmund's family described her as "a loving wife, mother, daughter and sister."

A phone message left for James Wasmund was not immediately returned.

Sutton-Wasmund was among three people killed in a dramatic, early-morning crash and fire Thursday.

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