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2020
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Woman, 34, among 2 found shot in crashed vehicle on I-71, has died

A woman who was among two occupants found shot and critically injured in a crashed vehicle on I-71 on Sunday night has died.

Cincinnati police identified her as Micaela Stevenson, 34, early Monday. No further information has been released on the surviving male victim.

Stevenson and a male were in critical condition following a shooting in the 1800 block of Duck Creek Road in Evanston. Police were called to reports of a shooting at 8:10 p.m.

Additional 911 calls indicated a vehicle had crashed at on Interstate 71 near Duck Creek Road after traveling the wrong way down the Dana Avenue exit ramp, Cincinnati police stated in a news release. 

The two victims were found in the crashed vehicle and taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center. Stevenson died of her injuries, police said early Monday.

The investigation closed northbound I-71 in the area for several hours. It has reopened.

The CPD Homicide Unit is investigating. Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call the Homicide Unit at 513-352-3542.

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