FLAGSTAFF, AZ - Authorities say a missing woman has been found dead in her vehicle in northern Arizona.
A Jeep Cherokee with a woman's body inside was reportedly found by hunters along Interstate 17 about 23 miles south of Flagstaff.
Department of Public Safety officials said the crash site was reported just before 1 p .m. Saturday. It was apparently found about 200 yards down a ravine.
DPS Sgt. Stephen Robson said the crash is over two months old and the victim was the only person in the vehicle.
DPS identified the woman as 21-year-old Jessica Lynn Ronhock of Mashpee, Massachusetts.
Ronhock was reportedly last seen January 18 near Kayenta, Arizona.
She was reported missing by her family in January.
DPS said it appears Ronhock went off the roadway and through a guard rail before going into the ravine.
The crash is still under investigation and and will be quite lengthy, according to DPS.
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