Team Of Trained Dogs and Archeologists Recover Cremated Remains Lost In Wildfire

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Person and dog search for cremains
 (Roman Battaglia/Jefferson Public Radio)

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Recovering Cremated Remains Using Archeology And Canine Forensics

After wildfire season ends in the Western U.S., those who lost their homes begin sifting through what’s left to recover as much as they can. After the McKinney Fire this past summer, a team of trained dogs and archeologists helped recover cremated remains left in urns that were lost in the fire.
Reporter: Roman Battaglia, Jefferson Public Radio

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