A Texas woman visiting her family for the holidays was fatally shot on a San Antonio highway. Police have no idea who killed her or what the killer’s motive was.
According to the San Antonio Express-News, Rayne Rice Silva, 27, was shot in a drive-by shooting by an unknown assailant on Interstate 10 on Saturday.
An ambulance took her to a hospital in critical condition, but she passed away Monday from the injuries she experienced in the drive-by. It is reported by Univision that she was shot in the head. There were no other injuries reported by other passengers.
In the Express-News, she was reported to be from Del Rio, 150 miles west of San Antonio. A GoFundMe page has been set up to assist with her medical and funeral expenses. The description listed on the page says she was visiting relatives during the holidays.
Her GoFundMe page states that she had two children, ages 4 and 1. In the wake of her untimely death, she also left behind her husband. Their business, Nakomas Woodworking, made everything from cutting boards to kitchen cabinets, according to the website.
The GoFundMe page notes that Rayne was devoted to her children and husband, and she was selfless and full of life.
There is still an investigation going on, and anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact the police.