A 20-year-old whose body was found near a wrecked car along Highway 1 in the coastal Big Sur area was identified Wednesday as a young woman from North Hollywood who went missing alongside her boyfriend.

Olivia Hannah Gonzalez and Brian Fernandez are shown in a photo released by LAPD on Dec. 29, 2016.

Olivia Hannah Gonzalez was positively identified, according to a spokesman for the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office. Her family has been notified by Los Angeles police, the spokesman said.

A tan sedan was located Tuesday afternoon some 325 feet down a cliff near Ragged Point, in a rugged area about 10 miles north of the famed Hearst Castle in San Simeon, according to the California Highway Patrol. The location is near the southern end of the Big Sur.

Gonzalez and 21-year-old Brian Fernandez had not been seen or heard from since Dec. 23, the day they left for a weekend getaway in Big Sur in a tan 2002 four-door Honda Civic. Two dogs were apparently with the couple at the time.

They were due back on Christmas but never returned home.

Other than Gonzalez’s body and that of a dog, no other remains have been found as of Wednesday afternoon.

A dive team was on site looking for a possible second body, according to sheriff’s spokesman Tony Cipolla.

Fire crews in San Luis Obispo County tape off a section of Highway 1 on Jan 4, 2017, after a car was found off a cliff near San Simeon. (Credit: KEYT)

The vehicle, which remained at the crash scene overnight, was partially submerged, stuck between a cluster of large rocks near the surf line.

It’s not clear how the car ended up plunging so far from the roadway. Area residents said driving along Highway 1 in the Ragged Point area can be dangerous.

Foul play is not suspected, Cipolla said.

In an interview Wednesday, Gonzalez’s sister, Vanessa Guzman, broke down in tears as she described the moments after learning from CHP officials in San Luis Obispo that a car had been found.

“Yesterday when I was driving … I didn’t even know what to do, I had to drive home. I was trying to race to get to my mom before she heard the news on TV,” she recalled.

Olivia Hannah Gonzalez is shown in an image posted to a GoFundMe page created after her death.

“When I heard this, I just pulled up and I took off my shoes, and I ran upstairs and grabbed my mom, because … that’s our baby, that’s our baby,” Guzman said, sobbing. “My sister was like my daughter to me … and this is heartbreaking right now to go through this, not knowing and still waiting.”

The last time the family heard from the couple was when Guzman’s husband received a message from them, telling him they were about two hours away from their destination, she said.

A GoFundMe page for Gonzalez was created under Guzman’s name Wednesday.

I wanted to be right about these two. I was hoping to hear that they were nestled up together and happy in love. This is such a tragedy.

I’m happy that she was found. It’s not the outcome that anyone would want, but this family has answers now and they can begin to mourn their loss. They can lay her to rest peacefully.