3 Missing college girls found dead in vehicle
Three college girls from Dickinson University in ND were found dead in their vehicle, which had been pulled from a pond.
Police say two of the girls had made emergency cell phone calls to two other girls, indicating that they had encountered some emergency and were in need of help. Verizon company was able to trace the calls. As of yet , no exact cause of death has been determined.
The girls had been missing since Sunday night.
Some have speculated that perhaps the vehicle was stuck, and in the dark, they accidentally drove into the lake. Other speculations are that some predator was bothering them; hence the calls for help. In that scenario, it would be supposed that they were pushed into the pond in their vehicle after some altercation or crime.
Three college softball players, who vanished Sunday night while at a North Dakota lake where they often went star-gazing, were found dead in their vehicle, which was pulled from a pond.
Police Lt. Rod Banyai said Tuesday night that police are "still investigating" the cause of the deaths.
Kyrstin Gemar, 22, of Grossmont, Calif.; Afton Williamson, 20, of Lake Elsinore, Calif.; and Ashley Neufeld, 21, of Brandon, Manitoba in Canada, all play softball for Dickinson State University in Dickinson, N.D.
A friend reported getting two phone calls from the two of the women late Sunday evening. The caller mentioned that they were near a lake and water and indicated they needed help before the line went dead, police said.