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  • A simulated drive to where bodies remain trapped in the Kings River

    The crash sites along windy Highway 180 and the swollen Kings River where the bodies of two Thai exchange students and a Chinese couple are believed to remain. The separate crashes happened in July. Authorities are waiting for the surging water to ease before trying to recover the bodies.

A simulated drive to where bodies remain trapped in the Kings River

The crash sites along windy Highway 180 and the swollen Kings River where the bodies of two Thai exchange students and a Chinese couple are believed to remain. The separate crashes happened in July. Authorities are waiting for the surging water to ease before trying to recover the bodies.
Eric Paul Zamora The Fresno Bee