A passerby discovered the body and notified authorities in Mayes County. GRDA police recovered the remains of an unidentified female from below the east spillway gates near Disney.
"We don't know if she was here and got hurt; we don't know if she got hurt somewhere else and was dropped off here," a Tulsa Police Captain said. "We're still trying to figure out all those details."
The driver who reportedly lost control of the vehicle that crashed into her, going about 90 mph on 21st Street just west of Memorial, is expected to be OK.
Police responded to the neighborhood street near 21st and Memorial to find a violent crash scene; one of the vehicle's engines had been thrown four car-lengths away.
The victim was due to turn 20 on Wednesday.
There were no indications that a crime had occurred, and the woman's death appeared to be accidental, police said.
The unidentified woman's death is considered a homicide, according to police. Detectives are reviewing surveillance video from the hospital to try to identify the person who left her body.
Police are investigating a possible homicide after a woman’s body was found in a wooded area in Coweta.
Maj. Mike Reed said the body was discovered in the backseat of a pickup near South 57th West Avenue and New Sapulpa Road about 9:30 a.m.
"I was like, what the h- is going on?" he told the station. "I had no clue."
The body had been deceased for enough time that authorities could determine only that it was female.
The woman’s body was found about 7 a.m. Sunday outside a trailer at the Kingpoint Mobile Home Park, 64600 E. 254 Road, just outside of Grove. The woman has not been identified.
The body of a woman was found in a bathroom in the Sand Springs Walmart Monday, June 26, and her body might have been there for several days a…
A woman fatally shot at a Grand Lake subdivision on Monday was found by her three children in the residence's back yard, the police chief said.
The trailer was engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived in the 800 block of North St. Louis Avenue about 3:30 a.m. Tuesday. After extinguishing the fire, they found the woman's body.
Police in Muskogee are investigating the discovery of a woman’s body Friday in a creek at a mobile home park less than a week after she was reported missing.
Muskogee Police Officer Lincoln Anderson said it's not yet clear who the person is or how long the body was in the creek before children discovered it while playing and apparently had an adult call for assistance early Friday afternoon.
The body of 78-year-old Nellie Wallis was found near the Mud Creek Bridge near Lake Eufaula on Tuesday.
The woman's body was discovered by a family member Monday afternoon but found to have "unusual trauma," police said.
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The body of Connie Jean Kannady, 52, of Owasso was found Saturday in a red Dodge pickup that was overturned in the Caney River near Bartlesville.
Although officials haven't made a positive identification, the vehicle description matches that of a pickup belonging to a woman who was reported missing earlier in the week from the same area.
A woman's body was found in a car near Blanchard Tuesday. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation was called by the McClain County Sheriff's office to assist.
The woman's name has not been released.