Some remains found in Fossett plane wreckage

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    The Associated Press
    October 31, 2008

    Officials have found two large human bones near the crash site of adventurer Steve Fossett’s plane in California’s Sierra Nevada.

    Madera County Sheriff John Anderson says searchers found the bones just east of the crash site.

    He says investigators should know in about a week whether the bones are Fossett’s.

    Anderson says searchers also found Fossett’s tennis shoes, his Illinois driver’s licence and a credit card.

    The shoes and driver’s licence had animal bite marks on them.

    Anderson says previous bone fragments discovered near the wreckage were too small for DNA tests.

    Fossett vanished in September 2007, sparking an intensive search.


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