WARREN COUNTY, Ga. (WJBF) – Investigators with the Columbia Police Department have been looking for a nurse, 39-year-old Shauna Brown, who has been missing since July 10th.

Shauna was scheduled to attend nursing school classes on July 10th and never showed. She was wearing royal blue nursing scrubs and driving a black, 2013 Toyota Corolla.

A missing persons report went out on July 15th and Georgia State Troopers were enlisted to help find her.

On July 20th, Troopers located a wrecked vehicle matching the description of the one Brown was driving on the Westbound side of I-20 in Warren County, Ga. Deputies also located a deceased female occupant inside, wearing scrubs.

On July, 21st, Columbia Police Department held a press conference to share more details on the investigation.

Deputy Chief Melron Kelly said the vehicle left the road and traveled down an embankment. He said that it could not be seen from the road and state troopers had to walk a few feet before finding it.

Georgia State Patrol also released a statement on the investigation:

Wednesday, July 22, Troopers from Post 25 Grovetown began searching I-20 in Warren County for a missing person at the request of the FBI and GBI. At 12:06 p.m., the missing vehicle was found in the wood line down an embankment not visible from the roadway near mile marker 155.5.  The investigation indicates the vehicle failed to maintain its lane and left the roadway striking several trees before overturning. The single occupant of the vehicle is deceased. Warren County EMS responded to the scene and recovered the remains which were turned over to the Warren County Coroner’s Office. A positive identification of the driver was unable to be made due to decomposition. The remains will be sent to the GBI crime lab and Region 7 GBI agent are assisting with the investigation.

Georgia State Patrol

GBI is investigating the situation. An autopsy and DNA testing are pending to make a positive ID.