Italian police are investigating the death of a young Ohio woman whose body was found Wednesday in Italy, three days after she disappeared while out jogging. Allison Owens, 23, who was working as a tour guide in Italy, is thought to have been struck by a vehicle as she ran by the side of a road in the Tuscan town of San Giovanni di Valdarno, south of Florence. Investigators have not ruled out other possible reasons for her death, Italian news agency ANSA reported Wednesday. This photo, provided by a family member, shows 23-year-old Allison Owens of Columbus, Ohio. Oct. 5: Police cars are parked along the canal where the body of an American was found in San Giovanni Valdarno, central Italy. Police say they have found the body of an American woman missing in Tuscany for three days and believe she was the victim of a hit-and-run driver. "This is an unbelievable tragedy that's come to this family," Cynthia Kinman, a neighbor of the Owens family in Columbus, told FoxNews.com. "She was an angel from the day she was born." Read more: Police Investigate Death Of Young Ohio Woman In Italy | Fox News Damn.. maybe Americans should stay the hell out of Italy.