Crews begin search for 9/11 remains near site of plane part found in NYC

Workers began sifting through soil today in search of additional human remains from Sept. 11. On Wednesday, Frank VanBrunt, of Hicksville, found an aircraft part

The 5-foot piece is a trailing edge flap support structure, police said.

The 5-foot piece is a trailing edge flap support structure, police said. (4/30/13)

WOODBURY - Workers began sifting through soil today in search of additional human remains from Sept. 11.

On Wednesday, Frank VanBrunt, of Hicksville, found an aircraft part believed to be from one of the planes hijacked on Sept. 11. Boeing has confirmed that the gear came from the same type of planes hijackers used to bring down the World Trade Center.

Of the nearly 3,000 victims of the Sept. 11 attacks, about 1,000 people's remains were never found.

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Frank VanBrunt, of Hicksville, was working as a Long Islander found alleged 9/11 plane piece

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