Sunday, October 22, 2006

More Human Remains Found at Ground Zero

Article in the New York Times -- More Human Remains Found at Ground Zero, by the Associated Press:

    Searchers found more bones believed to belong to Sept. 11 World Trade Center attack
    victims Sunday in manholes and utility areas, areas that were apparently overlooked
    years ago.

    Deputy Mayor Ed Skyler, who is overseeing the recovery effort, also said that search
    officials had identified 12 additional underground areas that will be examined in coming
    days.

    Utility and city officials have excavated about five underground areas, yielding more
    than 100 pieces of human remains, since construction workers discovered bones earlier
    in the week in a manhole excavated as part of work on a transit hub.

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