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July 17, 2014

Brittney Lynn Simpson, 24, was either pushed or fell from a Ford F-150 truck.

Her badly injured body was airlifted by medical helicopter, but she did not survive.

Two Hispanic males have been arrested: Juan Carlos Ramirez, 28, and Luis Galvan Mendoza, 40.

The Jackson Sun said Simpson was kidnapped.

The crime occurred July 10, 2014 in Henderson County, Tennessee on Highway 412.

From our source we read:
Investigators say on July 10, both suspects held Simpson against her will and were traveling on Highway 412 when she was either pushed or fell from Ramirez’s Ford F-150 truck. Simpson was found in the left lane with severe injuries.

A medical helicopter airlifted her from the scene, but she did not survive. TBI officials say they have reason to believe Simpson knew at least one of the men. Ramirez and Mendoza and charged both with one count of Especially Aggravated Kidnapping and Felony Murder.

The TBI says the last known addresses of both men are from the Parsons area. Both are being held in the Henderson County Jail without bond. The investigation remains ongoing. They will be in court in Henderson County on Tuesday morning.
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