Searchers on Feb. 26 recovered human remains from the scene of the Atlas Air flight 3591 crash, but flight-data recorders still had not been found three days after the Boeing 767-300 dived steeply into a marsh in Trinity Bay, Texas, according to witness reports. Briefing reporters at the scene near the city of Anahuac, Chambers County Sheriff Brian Hawthorne said a cadaver dog had located human remains, but he could not confirm the remains were from a third body. Atlas Air has said ...

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