OSCODA, Mich. (AP) - Authorities in Michigan's northeastern Lower Peninsula say they've found more of what appear to be old human remains at the site of a road resurfacing project.
MLive.com reports (http://bit.ly/L8nBHT ) that the additional fragments were found since a partial skull, several large bones and some small bones were found on May 2 in downtown Oscoda.
Archaeologists are excavating as construction work continues around the site where the remains were found. The road project is rebuilding part of U.S. 23.
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