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Bodies Of Americans In Plane Crash Sent To Relatives In The US

Although at first it was said that the identification of the bodies of the ten Americans who died in the plane crash on December 31 would take about two months, this Friday the Judicial Morgue delivered the bodies to the victims’ relatives.

The authorities reported that it was not necessary to do the DNA test on the remains as they were identified through the dental records.

In tragic event of December 31, 2017, ten Americans died: Bruce and Irene Steinberg and their children William, Zachary and Mathew (17, 19 and 13); Mitchell and Leslie Weiss and





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their children Ari Moses and Hannah Mae (16 and 19; and Amanda Rae Geissler, 33, who was their travel guide.

In the crash, the Costa Rican pilot, Juan Manuel Retana Chinchilla and co-pilot Emma Ramos Calderón also died.

Authorities said the bodies of the victimes were sent by air to their relatives in the United States on Friday.

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Authorities are continuing investigating the causes of the crash.