A woman was discovered dead in the middle of I-37 on the far south side Tuesday morning, leading to the closure of northbound lanes near Loop 1604. San Antonio police reported this unfortunate incident. The police made the discovery around 10:30 a.m. As of now, it remains unclear whether the unidentified woman was forcefully pushed out of a moving car or if she was struck while on the highway.
In response to this incident, officials have temporarily shut down the highway near Loop 1604 as they continue their investigation into the matter. The closure aims to facilitate a thorough examination of the crime scene and gather evidence. Considering the ongoing nature of the investigation, updates will be provided as more information becomes available. Interested parties are encouraged to visit KENS5.com for the latest developments on this incident.
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