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November 11, 2011 > South Dakota woman told by state officials that she's dead

South Dakota woman told by state officials that she's dead

Submitted By AP Wire Service

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - A Pierre resident says her recent attempt to renew her driver's license was going smoothly until the clerk told her she was dead.

Eunice Cory tells the Capital Journal (http://bit.ly/u4YoWR) that when the clerk entered her information in the computer, it showed that she was deceased. Cory was referred to the state's Vital Records office, which told her she had been dead for five years.

The department fixed the error, and Cory returned to get her driver's license. She says it took her about three hours in all to rise from the dead. She says she has a lot of laughs over it now.

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Information from: Pierre Capital Journal, http://www.capjournal.com

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