Bone detectives dig on at Vail construction site

2nd July, 2014 by

By Randy Wyrick

VAIL — About that skeleton found in a Lionshead construction site, we know what it isn’t. “It’s definitely not a Native American,” said Kara Bettis, Eagle County coroner. What it is, though, takes much longer to determine. “It’s never fast; it’s not like CSI. It takes a long time,” Bettis said. Bettis was among the team of searchers working in dirt Monday from a Lionshead construction site. They uncovered about 70 percent of a human skeleton, including humerus bone, skull, ribs, extremities, small bones and some vertebrae. Recovery dogs joined the search on Saturday. The bones are on their way …

Source: Vail Daily Feed



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