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It was not immediately clear what caused the injuries but several of the people who were in the parking lot were reportedly taken to St. Anthony Hospital for evaluation. Several people who were in the parking lot were taken to St. Anthony Hospital for evaluation. Photo: STANLEY CAMPBELL/TNS Photo: STANLEY CAMPBELL/TNS Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Rhodesville man, family killed in fiery SUV 1 / 1 Back to Gallery

RICHMOND – About 3:15 a.m., firefighters responded to a crash on the side of Interstate 71 at Highway 447 in Rhodesville, and found a person whose body was lying face down in the roadway.

Rhodesville Fire said the man’s body was found in the snow with blood p성남출장마사지ouring from him, a helmet on his head and the windshield smashed. The vehicle also had multiple injuries, including severe smoke inhalation and one woman’s face had been ripped open.

State Emergency Management spokeswoman Debby Wessel confirmed the report, saying she did not know of any specific details.

State police were sent to investigate.

Wessel said police received a report from another traffic 구리안마 구리출장마사지accident a few miles away and responded to investigate.

A few residents heard the crash and called 911. Wessel said the 911 caller said it sounded like someone “dropped something” down the highway, and police confirmed that when emergency responders arrived on scene, the man was deceased and no one was in the vehicle.

State police are still trying to est마사지 후기ablish why the person dropped the bag. Authorities said they are not sure.

The family of the deceased man and a man believed to be in the vehicle were also hospitalized, according to a police news release. They were treated at St. Francis Hospital with heat stroke, burns and broken bones, and other injuries.

A woman in her 40s was also in the vehicle, with a person also in the SUV, and police said police were investigating whether the other vehicle was involved.

Investigators and State Police and FBI were canvassing for witness accounts as officers began their investigation.

Anyone who has information should call Crime Stoppers at 888-1000. Crime Stoppers also can be reached at 1-855-780-9000. Callers may remain anonymous.