TULARE COUNTY, Calif. (KFSN) -- The woman who was found dead inside a car in Tulare County Tuesday has been identified as 43-year-old Gloria Solorio.
On Tuesday afternoon, Tulare County Sheriff's deputies were called out to Road 124 near Avenue 352, north of Visalia.
When they arrived, they found a woman, later identified as 43-year-old Gloria Solorio of Visalia, dead in a vehicle.
"It is shocking, especially for the people who found it and the neighbor who lives in the area they are concerned about, and that's totally understandable. However, we believe this is an isolated incident, and it's not the result of a violent crime or any foul play suspected," said Sgt. John Nicholson with the Tulare County Sheriff's Office.
Neighbors say Gloria was kind and kept to herself.
She leaves behind three daughters, including a young child and a 7-month-old baby.
One friend, Anabel Gonzalez, says she's heartbroken for the children who must live without their mom.
"She was a good person, and she was a good person when I lived right next to her. She would always go over to the house and offer to take care of my kids for me," said Anabel.
At this point, Tulare County Sheriff's Office is no longer investigating Gloria's death as suspicious.
Autopsy reports should be completed within the next couple of days.
"On behalf of Mike Boudreaux in the sheriff's office, I just like to say our hearts are with the family and with the community, and hopefully, we can get some answers," expressed Sgt. Nicholson.
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