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Human Remains Unearthed at Texas Construction Site
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
ALICE, TEXAS—Humans remains and arrowheads have been uncovered and removed by archaeologists at a construction site in South Texas. The archaeologists say they do not expect to find additional bones. The site will be part of a park area in the new multi-use complex, so there are plans to eventually return the remains to the site in a memorial.
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