A 32-year-old Pennsylvania woman died Thursday morning in Upper Sandusky.
Mandy Hancock, of Corsica, Pa., was riding along with her fiancé, truck driver Nathan Rossey, who was making a delivery at the former A.O. Smith building on Spring Street. According to the Upper Sandusky Police Department, Rossey, 34, also of Corsica, dialed 9-1-1 around 9:05 a.m. Thursday.
“She was lying down in the back of the sleeper of the semi-truck and she was unresponsive when he found her,” USPD Capt. N. Todd Heil said. “(Rossey) said he had spoken to her about an hour before, around 8 a.m.”
Emergency Medical Services personnel tried unsuccessfully to revive Hancock at the scene. She was transported to Wyandot Memorial Hospital, where she was pronounced dead, Heil said. Rossey’s two small children also were traveling in the truck.
The cause of death remains under investigation.
“The coroner ordered an autopsy and we won’t know anything until the report comes back,” Heil said. “There does not appear to be any foul play.”
By CHANDA NEELY