2 bodies at crash site of U.S. military plane in Afghanistan, Two bodies at crash site where a U.S. plane went down Friday in Afghanistan were discovered, Reuters reports May 4. The exact location of the wreckage was in Kyrgyzstan where a cargo plane exploded while in mid-air. The fuel it was carrying ignited the explosion, investigators said.

Remains of two people on-board the flight were found Saturday, but there were three known to be on the plane.

An investigation will be conducted to learn why the plane crashed, but Kuyan Mamakeev -- state prosecutor of Kyrgyz -- said the explosion could have been related to a number of factors with the fuel, engine, and weather conditions.

Kuvan Mamakeev, the Kyrgyz state prosecutor responsible for investigating transport crimes and accidents.

70 tons of fuel were aboard the Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker that left a U.S. military transit center from Kyrgyzstan Manas airport.

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