Arriving minutes after Sgt. Mays, the Fire Marshall claimed his first concern was for the victim inside the incinerated car. From the outside of the vehicle, he and Sgt. Mays saw the victim in the driver’s seat, but the head was missing. He thought that might have occurred due to the extreme heat, but once the fire extinguished, the men discovered the legs were also missing. After a search of the vehicle, they discovered the missing body parts on the floorboard of the passenger side of the vehicle. When paramedics tried removing the victim from the car, the remaining flesh nearly crumpled under the touch. “I’ve never seen anything so bad,” the Fire Marshall said. Immediately everything was sent to the county medical examiner.