The 911 caller, who said he was a Fairborn waste water worker, told dispatchers he noticed the car on Sunday morning when he was working at a pump nearby.
“It’s not abnormal to see cars that are run out of gas off [state] Route 4 and sit there, but they’re usually gone the next day,” he said.
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When making a check Monday morning with a coworker, they noticed the car was still there.
“We pulled up beside it,” he said. “The window’s cracked and there’s a horrible odor coming out of it.”
The cause and manner of death have not been determined at this time, according to the coroner’s office.
We will continue to update this story as more details are available.