Stowaway's leg falls from sky near JFK Airport
Police say it was the leg of a stowaway that fell from the wheel well of a plane approaching New York's JFK Airport this morning.
The leg landed on the roof of a detached garage in Long Island and bounced into the back yard. A resident says she got home from work and saw the leg -- with a sneaker on the food -- lying in the grass.
Officials say more remains were found after the plane landed at Kennedy. The South African Airways jet was lowering its landing gear when the body part fell out. The plane left Johannesburg and stopped in Senegal on its way to New York.
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