TEMPLE — The Temple Daily Telegram reported that another rock was thrown from a Temple interstate overpass Tuesday morning and hit a car, but no injuries were reported.

A Waco-area woman died Saturday night after someone dropped a rock from an Interstate 35 railroad overpass through the windshield of the car she was riding in.

Police say 33-year-old Keila Ruby Flores was in the front passenger seat of the car driven by boyfriend Christopher Rodriguez. Rodriguez told police that they were returning to Waco from Austin with Flores’ three children in the back seat when a rock the size of a football smashed through the windshield.

She died Sunday morning at a Temple hospital. No one else in the car was injured.

Temple police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a suspect. They have no suspects, a spokesperson told the newspaper.

A Facebook page that appears to be Flores’ states she graduated from Waco High School and McLennan Community College. Officials at both schools were unavailable to confirm the information due to spring break.

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