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Bodies Discovered at Plane Crash Site

A grim discovery in a Pennsylvania cornfield in Susquehanna County.

Two bodies have been found, along with wreckage of a vintage World War Two plane that went missing on Labor Day.

The twin engine Cessna T-50 took off on Labor Day in Sandusky, Ohio and was believed to be heading for Wilkes-Barre, which is about 40 miles south of the crash site.

The burned wreckage was located Sunday morning in Lenox township, about ten miles north of Factoryville.

The identities of the two who were aboard have not yet been confirmed due to the severity of their injuries.

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