Detroit firefighters made a gruesome discovery after extinguishing a car fire outside of an abandoned Detroit school shortly after midnight Thursday morning.
When firefighters opened the scorched trunk at Carstens Elementary School at Charlevoix & Coplin on the east side, they found a body.
The victim, a man, was the sixth murder victim discovered by firefighters in about two months.
Firefighters were called to the scene shortly before midnight after receiving a report that the school was on fire. Instead they found a burning car, which is relatively common in Detroit. Firefighters have extinguished an average of five car fires this year, according to our analysis of fire runs.
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Most firefighters left the scene when the discovery was made but were called back with police, an arson investigator and ambulance.
On May 27, police found a burned body stuffed into a trunk of a car that was set afire. A month later, firefighters found a scorched body inside a burned semi-trunk.
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But authorities believe many more people are killed during fires but their bodies are never found.
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Steve Neavling lives and works in Detroit as an investigative journalist. His stories have uncovered corruption, led to arrests and reforms and prompted FBI investigations.