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Last Updated May 4, 2016 07:08PM

A 24-year-old Salt Lake City woman whose 3-year-old daughter died last year during a traffic accident was charged Wednesday with negligent homicide in connection with the child’s death.  Carolyn Dawn Hughes was charged in 3rd District Court with a class-A misdemeanor for the death of Paisley Hayden, who was ejected from Hughes’ SUV during the Sept. 3 crash.  Hughes’ SUV was in a northbound left-turn lane at the intersection of Redwood Road and Research Way, at about 2700 South, and carrying eight children from multiple families in the vehicle when the crash …

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