Military aircraft C-124 Globemaster crashed into a mountain
The search for the remains and wreckage of aircraft began only in 2012 after a military training mission discovered a yellow liferaft on a glacier.
The US military discovered new fragments of the remains of victims of a plane crash that occurred in 1952 in Alaska, writes AP.
Excavations also revealed passengers’ belongings: a Buddha figure, a flight suit, several three-cent postage stamps, as well as a crumpled mass schedule at St. Patrick’s Church in Washington.
The C-124 Globemaster military plane flying from Washington state to Alaska crashed into Mount Gannett near the city of Anchorage on November 22. Killed 41 passengers and 11 crew members.
Immediately after the crash, it was not possible to extract the remains of the dead, later the plane crawled to the foot of the mountain, where it eventually rooted into the Colony Glacier.
The search for the remains and wreckage of aircraft began only in 2012 after a military training mission discovered a yellow liferaft on a glacier. To date, it has been possible to identify the remains of 43 dead.
Earlier it was reported that a resident of the American city of St. Louis Maryland Heights, Daniel Shedd, sent a selfie to his mother, and after a few minutes crashed in a plane crash.
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