Human remains found in burned-out car in Hialeah
Car found in industrial area in west Hialeah
Police responding to a 911 call found human remains inside a burned-out car.
Hialeah police spokesman Carl Zogby told The Miami Herald it's possible that "these are the remains of more than one person."
According to investigators, the received a call about a car that was burning in a parking lot at West 22nd Avenue and 80th Street about 3 a.m. Monday.
"It's horrible," said Roy Mastrapa, who works nearby. "Everything's burnt. Car's all burnt."
When firefighters put out the flames, they discovered human remains inside.
Investigators brought the car with the remains inside to the Miami-Dade medical examiner's office.
The crime scene also affected some 500 school children in Hialeah and Miami Lakes early Monday. About a dozen school buses are parked in a nearby lot. Two bus drivers were able to leave but police have shut down the area, forcing other drivers to wait to get access to their buses.
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