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In this May 29, 2016, photo provided by Tom Johnson, a vehicle sits at the bottom of a cliff off Maui’s Hana Highway in Hana, Hawaii. Police say the Ford Explorer fell about 200 feet. Prosecutors say Alexandria Duval, who is also known as Alison Dadow, intentionally caused the death of her sister, Anastasia Duval, also known as Ann Dadow.
Tom Johnson—AP

A Hawaii woman who was accused of killing her twin sister by driving an SUV off a 200-ft. high sea cliff last month is no longer facing a murder charge after a judge dismissed the case.

The judge ordered the woman, Alexandria Duval, 37, be released Wednesday after determining that prosecutors hadn’t produced enough evidence to support the charge that she had intentionally driven the Ford Explorer off the cliff to kill her sister, NBC News reports.

Duval was seen arguing with her sister, Anastasia Duval, in the vehicle shortly before it accelerated off the Maui cliff, killing Anastasia and injuring Alexandria, according to court documents.

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