Alameda County Fire responded to a horrific crime scene was discovered early Monday morning.
The 19-year-old woman who was stabbed multiple times and left for dead on a rural road in a town outside of San Francisco is credited for fight “as a soldier,” and the identification of the two suspects in her killing.
Reports of its condition when first discovered in the early Monday are chilling.
Four men who carpool to their jobs at UPS, found a bloody woman lying in the middle of a rural road in Livermore at about 2 o’clock The men said that there was so much blood they could not determine her hair color. A 911 caller reported that the woman was missing an arm.
She was not there.
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The woman was dumped out of the way and crawled about 100 yards to the side of the road, Fox 40 reported. Government has determined that the waiver by following a trail of blood.
“You could see that it was so bad where you just had to give her comfort,” Richard Loadholt, one of the men who found her, told Fox 40. “Something else was going to be painful.”
Loadholt said the men comforted her, while another driver called 911.
The woman was airlifted to Eden Hospital where she died about two hours later, KRON4 reported. They know to give to the police a “compelling” account of who killed her before dying, and authorities arrested a man and a woman—both 19—in Modesto, The San Francisco Chronicle report said.
“I have been a long time, and I can only think of two to three times that I’m aware of our agency that we have been able to make a dying declaration,” Sgt. Ray Kelly of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office told The Chronicle. “A dying declaration is a very interesting piece of evidence that is contained in the court to be very credible and reliable information.”
A motive for the murder is being investigated. Authorities did not identify the suspects and plan a press conference later on Tuesday.
“This victim really tried to survive, and she fought and she fought,” Kelly said. “The last thing we believe, that she could do, was to point us in the direction of the people who killed her. And that’s pretty remarkable.”
Edmund Initiative is a news editor for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @EDeMarche.