PLANO, TX. (THECOUNT) — A Plano Texas husband whose tweet asked for help in locating his wife who had fled in the family vehicle, said she was dealing with depression and anxiety.
Libby Davis, 28, was found dead in a creek after driving her vehicle off of the President George Bush Turnpike in Plano, TX.
Her car was found crashed in Plano on Wednesday afternoon, her body nowhere to be found — until Wednesday night. Police say they discovered Davis’ body in a creek not far from the accident. They say they do not suspect foul play. source
A cause of death was not immediately made available.
Police say they do not suspect foul play in the fatal incident.
In a Twitter post, her husband, Kevin Davis, said his wife was dealing with depression and anxiety at the time of the incident.
Yesterday, my wife Libby—dealing with some apparently severe depression & anxiety— drove her car off the side of the road in Plano and fled on foot. She’s now been missing 16 hours. She’s 5’7”—brown eyes and hair. She was in black gym shorts and a black tank pic.twitter.com/5u2xP5Vodd
— Kevin Davis (@KevintheDavis) July 19, 2018
Anyone with information on the incident is urged to contact police at 911.