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Calling hours being held for Nassau crash victim

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NASSAU, N.Y. -- Friends and family are planning to say goodbye Wednesday to the 18-year-old victim of a car crash last weekend.

The crash happened early Saturday morning on Route 20 in Nassau when State Police say Marian Hubbard, 20, of West Sand Lake, was driving with her two cousins. Police say the car crossed into the oncoming lane, hit the guard rail and then flipped several times down an embankment.

All three people were thrown from the car. Troopers say Alicia Hubbard died at the scene.

Marian was charged with DWI and taken to Albany Medical Center.

The third passenger, Nicole Hubbard, 19, was also injured, but her condition has not been released.

Police say they don't know if any of the women were wearing seatbelts.

Wednesday's calling hours are taking place from 4 to 8 p.m. in Nassau. No funeral service is planned.

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