Il corpo di un uomo dell'Illinois trovato in un'autocisterna trainata da un camion: rapporti

I camionisti hanno scoperto il corpo venerdì mattina in un hub di trasferimento del gas appena fuori Buckley, un villaggio su 100 miglia a sud-ovest di Chicago, Champaign’s WCIA-TV reported.

The drivers said they were having problems unloading gas from the tanker for a couple of days and had no idea how the body ended up inside it, Coroner Bill Cheatum told the station.

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The drivers reported the incident to police and an autopsy was performed Saturday. Cheatum noted the body was intact, though he didn’t say whether foul play was involved.

It’s also unclear how long the body was in the tank, Ha aggiunto.

The Iroquois County Sheriff’s Department identified the deceduto as Garrett Meyer, 29, of Nashville, Illinois, secondo WCIA-TV.

Meyer had been missing for about ten days, la stazione ha riferito. His family said they believed he had gone on a road trip.

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We got a lot of questions we’d like to have answers to we ain’t go them yet. I’m hoping the truth does come out,” said Mike Metcalf, Meyer’s stepfather.

The family added that Meyer didn’t drive a gasoline truck or know of anyone in Buckley.

The sheriff’s office is investigating his death. Toxicology results are pending.

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