Mon, Aug 11, 2003
Bodies Recovered Two Months After Crash
For two months, the
remains of 62-year old Earl Witte and his passenger, 70-year old
Clem Anderson, both from Paducah (KY), have rested in a watery
grave near Dover (TN). Their Citabria (file photo, right) crashed
into Lake Kentucky June 14, but the bodies and the wreckage weren't
recovered until Friday.
Earl and Clem are going home.
"My mind never did let me say they're gone," Anderson's widow,
Virginia, told the Paducah Sun. "I just kept thinking they might
still be alive. But it's a relief to get their bodies out of the
water. With time it will get better; life will be a little
A nonprofit search crew -- the National Underwater Marine
Agency, based in Charleston (SC) -- found the wreckage Friday using
a side-scan radar and magnetometer, a device that detects magnetic
waves emitted from metal objects.
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