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UPDATE: Woman in semi-truck lived in Galloway

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GALLOWAY (WAOW) -

The 43-year-old woman found dead in a semi-truck in southeast Marathon County was from Galloway, the sheriff's department said Friday.

Cynthia Lozier was found dead in the truck about 4 a.m. Thursday by another person with her, Sheriff Scott Parks said in a statement.

"The investigation so far does not indicate any foul play," the sheriff said.

An autopsy on Lozier's body was performed Friday and investigators are awaiting toxicology results, Parks said.

The semi-truck was parked between Jen & Tonic's Bar and a potato warehouse in Galloway.

Parks said Lozier was a passenger in the truck owned by a Wisconsin company ,but few other details have been released.



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The Marathon County Sheriff's Department says an autopsy is planned Friday afternoon to determine how a 43-year-old woman found dead in a semi-truck died.

Sheriff Scott Parks said the woman, who is from Wisconsin, was a passenger in the truck and was found dead about 4 a.m. Thursday by another person with her.

The truck is owned by a Wisconsin company, the sheriff said.

No foul play is suspected, Parks said.

Galloway is an unincorporated community in southeast Marathon County on state Highway 49 south of Elderon in the Town of Franzen.


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The Marathon County Sheriff's Department is investigating a death in Galloway, Lt. Bill Millhausen said.

Officials say they're investigating the death of a 43-year-old woman found in a semi-truck.

Detectives and the state Crime Lab were called to the scene in southeast Marathon County following a call about 4 a.m. Thursday, he said.

Marathon County Investigators and the State of Wisconsin Crime Laboratory are investigating to determine the woman's cause of death and where the death happened.

An autopsy is scheduled for Friday.

Officials say the investigation does not indicate any foul play.

The investigation is ongoing and no other details have been released at this time.

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