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Lake Sieniawskie. The escarpment collapsed and revealed human bones

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A escarpment collapsed over Lake Sieniawskie in Podkarpacie, revealing human bones. The remains will be examined by an archaeologist. The police, under the supervision of the prosecutor’s office, are trying to find out who they belong to and how they got there.

The rescuers of the Bieszczady GOPR Group reported on Tuesday (January 3) on social media about the unusual find – and the unusual action. “We were asked by the policemen from the Sanok police station to help us reach the place where the human bones were found,” they wrote.

“At Lake Sieniawskie, after the escarpment collapsed, one of the bystanders noticed objects that looked like human bones. The called police, unable to reach the find area, asked the rescuers from the Headquarters in Sanok for support. They extracted the remains trapped in the escarpment wall using rope techniques” – we read further in the message of the Bieszczady GOPR Group.

The bones will be examined by an archaeologist

The bones have been secured for research, and on Wednesday (January 4) they are to be inspected by an archaeologist. – Three bones were found and secured, including femurs. The doctor present at the site confirmed that these were human bones – Marta Leśniak-Popiel, deputy district prosecutor in Sanok told us.

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As Monika Hędrzak, the acting officer of the press office of the Poviat Police Headquarters in Sanok, informed us, the remains could have been in the ground for about 70 years, according to the preliminary findings of the medic who inspected the site.

The case is being investigated by the Sanok police under the supervision of the local prosecutor’s office. – We are waiting for the results of the examination of the remains by the archaeologist, only based on the expert’s findings we will make further decisions in the case – prosecutor Marta Leśniak-Popiel told tvn24.pl.

Main photo source: Bieszczady GOPR Group





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