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Missing California woman who went on road tripping found dead

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A California mother who went missing on her road trip to Joshua Tree National Park was found dead last month, police said.

The human remains discovered on January 31 in a desert field of Wonder Valley were identified as 37-year-old Erika Lloyd, mother of a 12-year-old son. She was identified by the dental records, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said.

It’s unclear how the woman died.

The search for Lloyd began after she lost contact with her family two days after the beginning of her trip. The same day the authorities found her abandoned car, a 2006 black Honda Accord. The vehicle with smashed windows was found near the park on California’s State Route 62 in Twentynine Palms.

The vehicle had other damages like broken dashboard.

“We don’t know if she had some memory loss when she got hit by the airbag,” Erika’s mom, Ruth Lloyd, told KESQ, at the time.

“We don’t know if she had some memory loss when she got hit by the airbag,” Erika’s mom, Ruth Lloyd, told KESQ, at the time.

“Maybe she doesn’t know who she is, we don’t know. We aren’t sure about her mental state.”

“Close to 8 months have passed since Erika disappeared and we have been blessed by countless efforts of selflessness and compassion on part of the community and our family,” Erika’s brother, Colin Floyd wrote on Facebook.

Author: Usa Really