MOUNT VERNON, N.Y. (AP) - The body of a Westchester County woman, apparently dead from an insulin overdose, has been found in
a car outside a New York City police station. Police say it may have been there for days.
The body was identified Wednesday as that of 32-year-old Gizela Andrade (ahn-DRAH'-day), of Mount Vernon, who vanished Sept. 25.
She was four months pregnant.
Mount Vernon detectives were at a police station in the Bronx on an unrelated matter Tuesday night when they noticed the car that Andrade was last seen driving was parked on the street. The New
York Police Department says it had tinted windows and the victim's
seat was reclined.
Mount Vernon police Commissioner Carl Bell says the preliminary
cause of death was an insulin overdose. Andrade was a diabetic.
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