More human remains have been discovered at a Nevada lake just days after a decomposing body was found in a metal barrel stuck in the muddy shoreline as the lake’s water levels fall amid a severe drought.
The National Park Service (NPS) announced that skeletal remains were discovered Saturday afternoon at Callville Bay in the Lake Mead Recreation Area, according to NBC News. After the find, the area was roped off, and the Clark County Medical Examiner launched an investigation into the cause of death.
The NPS added that it had “no further information is available at this time.”
Lake Mead is the nation’s largest reservoir.
More than a week ago, another body was discovered by a group of boaters who noticed what appeared to be a skeleton in