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    WI - Ixonia, Human remains found in shed fire at W2355 Northside Road, Apr'17

    Firefighters and police were called at 6:16 a.m. to the scene of two structure fires at W2355 Northside Road. and found a home and shed on fire. Later in the day, investigators discovered human remains in the shed.

    http://www.lakecountrynow.com/story/...ire/100926164/

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    Autopsy doesn't help ID human remains found after Ixonia fire

    http://www.wisn.com/article/human-re...r-fire/9562328

    additional information on the identity of the remains will be sought through DNA

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    my frist thought was it was the homeowner, but then isn't ID yet? not sure then.

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    http://www.nbc15.com/content/news/Hu...422605914.html

    they belong to 61-year-old Brion Downle who lived at the residence
    The only surprising thing about that is how long it took to complete identification, perhaps they couldn't find good dentals for him. But apparently there are actually two sets of remains -
    Sheriff officials said another set of remains have yet to be identified. Additional DNA tests are being conducted.



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