A fourth set of human remains is found at Lake Mead as the water level keeps dropping

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Since May, authorities have now uncovered four sets of human remains at Lake Mead, as the country

The reservoir continues to suffer from a 22-year drought that now has water levels at only 27% of capacity. That’s surfaced four sets of skeletal remains in the past four months.

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