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Coroner IDs Body of Woman Found in Trash Sorting Facility

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The woman whose body was discovered among the trash at heavily-used Wilmington facility has been identified as 24-year-old Latrecia Lavrea Hill of Long Beach, according to the Daily Breeze. Hill's body was found by workers at the trash sorting venue Friday evening, however it is not yet known from which truck the body was delivered. The coroner says the cause of death will remain deferred until they have the results of toxicology studies. The investigation into Hill's death continues.