The body of a woman found Friday morning at a construction site at Bush and Franklin was "not fully intact," officials say — but beyond that, details remain sketchy.
At 7:21 a.m. Friday, a San Francisco Fire Department crew was called to 1450 Franklin Street, where a 13-story, 67-unit condominium tower is currently under construction.
Saturday morning, the San Francisco Medical Examiner's office identified her as 36-year-old San Francisco woman Haneesah Nuriddin. They did not provide any additional information on the circumstances of her death.
According to officials who spoke to CBS5, Nuriddin's body was “not fully intact” when it was "found on the fourth floor" of the new building.
According to an SFFD spokesperson, firefighters called the San Francisco Police Department to investigate the death.
SFist's call to SFPD for more information on the case has not been returned at publication time.