After More Than 2 Decades, U.S. Divers Recovered Car From River With Remains Of Missing Teenagers
A Scuba-diving YouTuber has discovered a car containing human remains that’s connected to a cold case of two Tennessee teens who went missing 21 years ago.
Jeremy Beau Sides, 42, of the YouTube channel Exploring with Nug and his team found a black Pontiac Grand Am during a dive mission in Sparta, Tennessee, in late November, with yet-to-be-identified human remains discovered inside.
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The two teens, Jeremy Bechtel, 17, and Erin Foster, 18, went missing without a trace in the small town of Sparta in 2000.
The newly discovered vehicle which The New York Times reported had belonged to Foster was recovered by Sides and his team after having been submerged in Calfkiller River.
The license plate matched that of Foster’s missing Pontiac, according to the White County Sheriff and The Times.
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