The body of a 20-year-old Texas State student was found underneath a shuttle bus Saturday in Martindale following an off-campus party involving university Greek Life, officials said.

The body of Jordin Taylor, 20, was discovered Saturday, in the 300 block of Dupuy Ranch Road in Martindale, beneath a shuttle bus at a music and tubing site near the San Marcos River.

Guadalupe County Sheriff Arnold Zwicke says the bus developed mechanical problems Friday night. Crews that went back to fix the vehicle located Taylor's body.

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A cause of death wasn't immediately released. The sheriff says the investigation into the death continues.

Matt Flores, a university spokesman, confirmed Taylor was a student at Texas State. He said that the University Police Department was supporting the Guadalupe County Sheriff’s Office into the investigation of Taylor’s death.

Officials have identified the body found in Martindale on Saturday.

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Taylor was a respiratory care freshman at the university and a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority, according to Flores.

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Taylor's friends posted images of the freshman throughout the weekend saying she would be missed.

According to her Facebook page, Taylor is from Burleson and graduated from Centennial High School in 2015. Her hometown is listed as Fort Worth on her Facebook page. 

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More information will be added to this story as details become available.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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