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A Pennsylvania woman faces charges of insurance fraud after an investigation proved that she faked an injury at a car wash to collect a settlement.

Authorities charged Diane Ann Sherupski, 58, of Coal Township, Pa., with one count each of insurance fraud and criminal attempt of theft by deception on December 7, 2010. Those allegations stem from Sherupski’s claim that she was injured in a fall at the Mid-Towne Car Wash in Shamokin on Jan. 4, 2008.

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