The wreckage of a small plane that crashed in Michigan's upper peninsula 13 years ago has been fund. The remains of the pilot were still strapped inside.
Two hunters found the plane in a densely wooded area of Mackinac County near Engadine. Investigators say the plane crashed in 1989.
Inside the plane were the apparent remains of the pilot, 37-year-old Karl Warm of Escanaba. The county medical examiner is expected to use dental records to positively identify the body.
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