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Tennessee family missing 10 days found dead in crashed car at bottom of ravine

The missing Tennessee woman, 28, her fiancé, 39, and their eight-year-old daughter, who disappeared nearly two weeks ago, are found dead in their crashed car at the bottom of a ravine

  • Jeremy Cook, 39; His fiancee Johanna Manor, 28, and their eight-year-old daughter Adalicia Manor were last seen on January 16
  • On Wednesday, the bodies of the three were found in their car at the bottom of a ravine 100 feet under a bridge 35 miles south of Nashville
  • Police believe the car skidded on ice or a wet road and sped off the bridge into the ravine
  • The car was found thanks to cell phone pings and was lying deep in the undergrowth

A family of three who have been missing for 10 days have been found dead in their car 100 feet under a bridge in rural Tennessee.

Jeremy Cook, 39; his fiancee Johanna Manor, 28; and their eight-year-old daughter Adalicia Manor were last seen on January 16.

Relatives became concerned when they didn’t answer calls, didn’t show up for work, and Adalicia wasn’t at school.

A babysitter who had been working for the family became suspicious and filed for a welfare check at their Hickman County home on Jan. 21, but police found nothing suspicious.

When they still hadn’t turned up on January 23, they were reported missing and on Wednesday police found their car under a bridge off I-840 35 miles south of Nashville.

Jeremy Cook, his fiancée Johanna Manor and their daughter Adelicia Manor were found dead under a highway in rural Tennessee on Wednesday

The family's car was found under a bridge off I-840 35 miles south of Nashville

The family’s car was found under a bridge off I-840 35 miles south of Nashville

Rescue workers are seen recovering the wreckage of the family's car on Wednesday

Rescue workers are seen recovering the wreckage of the family’s car on Wednesday

“Unfortunately, on January 26, authorities received a ping from her phone prompting them to locate the bodies of Johanna, Adalicia and Jeremy,” wrote Manor’s sister, Jennifer Biggs, on a GoFundMe page.

“They had ended up being driven onto an area of ​​ice and destroyed, causing them to go down a 100-foot drop into the forest below.”

The car was buried in the undergrowth.

“I was just down here yesterday and you can’t see it, can’t see it,” said Bradley Caldwell, a resident who lives nearby.

He told WKRN News that he was surprised by the discovery.

“How it got there is the question. As? The bridge is undamaged.”

Friends and family mourn the family of three who have been missing for ten days

Friends and family mourn the family of three who have been missing for ten days

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