Coroner needs help identifying woman struck and killed on I-65
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - The Jefferson County Coroner confirmed a woman died after she was struck by a vehicle on I-65 North.
It happened Friday, September 3, after 3:00 p.m. on Interstate 65 North at Green Springs Highway.
The coroner said the woman was walking when she was struck. Her identity has not been released. The Birmingham Police Department is investigating the circumstances surrounding the death.
UPDATE: The Jefferson County Coroner is requesting the assistance from the public with identifying the woman after a national fingerprint search failed to confirm the identity. Anyone who believes she could be a missing family member or friend should contact the coroner’s office at (205) 930-3603.
Height: 4 feet 7 inches
Weight: 119 lbs
Hair: Brown, shoulder length
Body Piercings: Both ears and navel
Tattoos: Torso: Cherries, “Roman Reigns”, and Playboy Bunny logo
Left arm: “KLB” (possibly laser removal performed)
Clothing: Black T-shirt, blue jeans, black casual shoes
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