WINNEBAGO COUNTY, Wis. (WBAY) - UPDATE 11/11:
Family and friends of a woman reported missing last week tell Action 2 News that she was found dead after a crash in Winnebago County.
The mother of Rochelle L. Gueller spoke with Action 2 News reporter Aisha Morales Monday and confirmed the news.
Two of Guellers' closest friends said they was their friend remembered as a vibrant and loving person.
“She was always the person that everyone loved, no matter where she went, she was always happy, always smiling, she was the nicest person that everyone knows that's the one thing i think we all agreed on,” said Taylor White, one of Guellers’ best friends.
Her friends said Gueller was a kind-spirit who would have turned 21 in a few months. She wanted to celebrate in Las Vegas. She had aspirations of getting in the real estate business.
"I know she wouldn't want people to be dwelling on her death and what happened to her, she'd want people to be having fun and living their best life, and smiling," said Nicole Gribble, another one of Guellers' close friends.
Rochelle Gueller went missing Friday around 3 a.m. Police say she was last seen in the 200 block of Sherry St. in Neenah.
On Sunday morning, family found Rochelle's vehicle in a creek next to the I-41 and Prospect Avenue off ramp.
Gueller was the only person in the vehicle. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
Investigators have not released details of how they suspect Gueller's car ended up in the creek.
One person is dead after a single-vehicle crash at the Interstate 41 and Prospect Avenue off ramp.
The Winnebago County Sheriff responded to the scene around 7:43 Sunday morning.
Crews found a car in a creek next to the off ramp. There was one person inside the vehicle. That person was pronounced dead at the scene.
The person is not being identified at this time. The crash is under investigation.
This story is developing. Action 2 News will update it as we learn more.