Surviving Twin to Fight Extradition to Hawaii Over Sister's Death

A woman accused of murdering her twin sister by driving their vehicle off a cliff in Hawaii plans to fight her extradition to the Aloha State.
0:22 | 11/18/16

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Ernie for a woman accused of killing her twin sister says it is highly likely that she will fight extradition from New York to Hawaii in court today. Police say 38 year old Alexandria Duvol drove an SUV off a cliff in Hawaii in May the vehicle. Hit a wall and fell about 200 feet killing her sister Anastasia. Police say the sisters were fighting over the wheel before the crash.

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