A second set of human remains have been found near the cracked Wanapum Dam on the Columbia River in eastern Washington, according to state officials.
The remains were found about 500 yards downstream from the first set of remains found last week near Crescent Bar.
The first set belongs to a Native American man and could be very old. The second skeleton is also Native American, but its gender is not yet known. Whatever the case, some locals hope to avoid what happened with the discovery of the Kennewick Man.