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The remains of a woman who has been missing for nearly three weeks were found in Philadelphia Bay on Sunday – and authorities believe she may have died after being pulled out of the sunroof of her car in a violent accident, a report said.
Southampton, Pa. The body of 26-year-old Cassandra Johnston was found in Bybury Creek on a day when her family was searching for a missing woman’s car as a private investigator boarded a helicopter. WPVI reported.
Johnston was reported missing on July 10 after failing to return home after visiting a friend in Philadelphia.
The city’s medical examiner’s office on Monday ruled Johnston’s death was accidental and said her death was caused by a vague effect, the report said.
Investigators now believe Johnston’s car was blown away and crashed into a forest.
“We believe she was pulled out of the car by the sunroof,” Lower Southampton Township Police Chief Ted Crimmel said in a report.
“And where the car landed … it was 49 yards from the road where her car landed,” the chief said.
Johnston’s body, police believe, may have been washed away in a recent flood.
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