LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles coroner's investigators will search for more body parts at the scene of a small brush fire where crews discovered a human skull down a steep ravine in Sherman Oaks.
The skull was found Saturday by firefighters battling a four-acre blaze on a hillside behind a school.
Coroner's Lt. Larry Dietz says officials have yet to determine gender, age or time of death.
Crews using water-dropping helicopters doused the flames quickly. No injuries were reported.
Authorities remained on the scene Sunday to figure out how to properly investigate what may be a crime scene on a steep embankment.
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