(CNN)A catastrophic storm may help bring justice to the families of victims of a notorious Florida reform school.
Following a catastrophic storm, a new investigation begins at Florida's Dozier School for Boys
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On Monday, Dr. Erin Kimmerle, a University of South Florida forensic anthropologist, began an investigation of 27 "anomalies" discovered by an engineering firm hired by the state's Department of Environmental Protection to help clean-up following Hurricane Michael, according to Florida's Department of State.
Though the 27 anomalies discovered by radar are "consistent with possible graves," according to Governor Ron DeSantis, only fieldwork will determine whether human remains are present at the site.
"We understand there are a lot of people who care deeply about our findings," Kimmerle said in a statement from her university.