A month after the tragic mid-air collision that claimed the lives of 144 people, News 8 returned to the area where the debris of PSA Flight 182. Reporter Doug McAllister shared that 140 of those who perished had been identified by coroners and showed what remained at the scene in North Park, San Diego.

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