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Emergency crews reportedly underwent excavation procedures to remove injured people from the wreckage.
Because of that, the excavation required exposing parts of the fossil, little by little, and allowing it to fully dry before applying a hardener.
The current efforts have much more thorough sampling and excavation, Drexler said.
The dates, based on new excavations and state-of-the-art methods, push back the earliest solid evidence for humans in Australia by 10,000 to 20,000 years and suggest that modern humans left Africa earlier than had been thought.
The early excavations revealed the remains of a large, long barrow, about 85 feet long and about 65 feet wide, Leary said.
A team of experts at the University of Glasgow, with support from Historic Environment Scotland, have performed radiocarbon dating on the samples from the 1957 excavation.
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The excavation, the first of its kind in Oceanside, had been scheduled to start last fall, but became bogged down in the permitting process.
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