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COLUMBUS, Ind. — Construction workers in Columbus were busy working when they found something strange.
The workers found human bones that date anywhere from 2,000 to 3,000 years old.
The age of the bones was confirmed by archaeologists from the University of Indianapolis, who analyzed the bones after they were found at the construction site back in May.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources checked out the bones as well and determined they belonged to an adult male, a young child, and an infant.