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Body Found Along I-70 Identified

Body Found Along I-70 Identified

Posted - Sep. 25, 2003 at 2:10 p.m.



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(Elsinore-AP) -- Deputies have identified a woman whose body was found along Interstate-70 this morning.

Sevier County sheriff's officers are in the process of notifying her family.

Deputies say she's a 40-year old Hispanic woman from the Midwest.

She's described as five-feet-five 100 pounds with reddish-brown hair. She had a cherry tattoo in her pelvic area and was wearing a blue T-shirt and black shorts.

Her body was found around seven-thirty this morning near Elsinore.

An autopsy shows she likely died after being thrown out of a vehicle head first.

Investigators have no suspects, but say they will search all the way to the Emery County line for more clues.

(Copyright 2003 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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