The decades-long wait to search out the wreckage of a World Warfare II-era plane and stays of its 11 crew members got here to an finish on Saturday for a bunch of households gathered in Minnesota. 

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The B-24 bomber named “Heaven Can Wait” with 11 crew members on board was shot down on March 11, 1944 whereas on a bombing mission in Papua New Guinea. The wreckage of the aircraft sat in 200 toes of water for many years till it was found final fall by a group with Mission Recuperate.

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