Woman Found in Burning SUV Near Lowest Greenville Remembered as Joyful Person, Fly Fisher

A woman who was found dead Monday in a burning SUV near Greenville Avenue had recently moved back to Dallas and was heading to celebrate her 22nd birthday, according to news reports. Sara Hudson was supposed to be meeting up with friends and family but when she didn't show up they started to worry, KDFW-TV (Channel 4) reported.Authorities found her body about 7:30 p.m. after extinguishing the flames from white Chevrolet Tahoe in a parking lot in the 5600 block of Alta Avenue, a few blocks off of Greenville. Police are investigating Hudson's death as a homicide and have not provided further information. Hudson's family remember her as a kind woman who loved to hunt and fish. Angela Aragon, one of Hudson's aunts, said her daughter loved traveling with Hudson and the two had just returned from a trip together, KDFW reported. "I mean, she was just joyful, joyful," Aragon told the station. "She celebrated life with all she had."Anthony Sacco told KXAS-TV (NBC5) that the loss of his niece was "painful beyond any grief I've ever experienced.""It's like somebody reached in and grabbed your heart and pulled it out of your chest," he said.Hudson spent part of her childhood in Dallas and attended high school in Bakersfield, Calif. She graduated in the spring from the University of Arkansas, where she studied business, the station reported.   Continue reading...

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