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Posted: 11:59 a.m. Monday, June 24, 2013
KTVU.com and Wires
SAN FRANCISCO —
Investigators are continuing to look into the circumstances of an incident Friday in which a woman died after driving her minivan into the Bay from San Francisco's Marina Green.
The woman was identified by the medical examiner's office on Sunday as 60-year-old Debra Crenshaw, of San Francisco.
The incident occurred at about 5 p.m. Friday. Police spokesman Officer Gordon Shyy said this morning it is not yet clear what caused Crenshaw to drive toward the water and plunge into the Bay.
Several witnesses tried to rescue her but were unable to, and the minivan eventually became submerged in the water.
The U.S. Coast Guard initially reported that there were multiple people in the vehicle, but Shyy later clarified that Crenshaw was alone in the minivan.
Dive teams worked to reach her on Friday evening, but the efforts were suspended until Saturday morning, when the car was pulled from the water by a private contractor.
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