This is what I found on YAHOO.COM:
The story of adventurer Christopher McCandless has inspired people to find themselves in the wilderness for more than two decades.
But the wrecked bus made famous by the 1996 book and 2007 movie “Into the Wild– based in his life, was airlifted from a remote trail outside Denali National Park in Alaska on Thursday (June 18).
Alaska officials said that too many people were putting themselves at risk trekking to the remote site where McCandless died of starvation in 1992.
WATCH below – the removal of the bus and a brief recap of McCandless’ story:
An abandoned city bus, made famous by the book “Into the Wild” and the movie of the same name, was airlifted out of the Alaska backcountry.
— ABC News (@ABC) June 19, 2020
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