Joleen Jarrell, who was sixty years old at the time, was able to place a name on the Uber driver who had lost his life in the flash floods that struck Mesquite, Texas.
The death of a 60-year-old Uber driver was reported in Mesquite, Texas, on Monday morning, according to local media. Her vehicle had been dragged over a bridge during the flash floods that slammed north Texas, which is the likely cause of her death.
According to The News God, Mesquite resident Joleen Jarrell was identified as the woman who was found dead by the Dallas County Medical Examiner, according to a statement released by Dallas-Fort Worth.
The vehicle driven by Jarrell went missing on Monday afternoon when it was swept away by rising floodwaters and fell off the Scyene Road Bridge on the I-635 service road. According to the broadcaster, the city received almost 30 centimeters of rainfall in only a few hours.
At the bridge, Mesquite Fire Chief Rusty Wilson informed reporters that Jarrell had been on the phone with her family when she became separated from them in the strong rain. Wilson said that Jarrell had been on the phone with her family when she became separated from them. According to him, everyone in the family started looking for her after she disappeared.