Police said the woman climbed out of her windshield and climbed a steep embankment after her crash went unnoticed for several hours.
On Monday, he sent a follow-up, thanking Indianapolis for their re-tweets to help narrow down the search.
“It means so much to me, it means the whole world,” Steven said. “I thought she wasn’t going to make it.”
Last year, excise officers arrested 211 people during race weekend.
IMPD Sergeant Kendale Adams said there is no sense of foul play, and the department is calling this an “untimely death.”
It happened in the 3600 block of Farnsworth Street, which is near West Troy and Kentucky avenues.
Hopkins said his coworker was standing behind the register area when Bell attacked her.
During the singing of “Back Home Again in Indiana,” thousands of red, white and blue balloons are released into the sky.