A New Jersey woman who mistakenly entered another car instead of her Uber was found dead early Saturday.
According to the New York Post, Samantha Josephson was last seen entering a Chevrolet Impala around 2 a.m. Friday in Columbia, South Carolina. Her friends told police that she left the Bird Dog bar by herself after a girl’s night out. Although she entered the wrong vehicle, an Uber did arrive for Josephson but it left shortly after he could not find her.
Police did not report how the University of South Carolina senior died.
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Josephson’s father, Seymour, confirmed the news on his Facebook page early Saturday:
“I will miss and love my baby girl for the rest of life, I could continue to write about her, but it kills me. I sit here and cry while looking at the picture and write this,”
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A statement was also released by USC president Harris Pastides, referencing two students who also passed away earlier this week.
“It has been a difficult week for our extended .The loss of a student is never easy but this has been a particularly painful few days as we have experienced loss on several of our campuses. As a family, let’s continue to pray for all the families experiencing heartache and grief this week.”