If you're paying these kinds of prices to live in an exclusive community in South Florida, you're probably hoping for a nice, quiet, no-surprises sort of lifestyle:
Unfortunately, things aren't off to a great start:
Human bones discovered last week at a Florida construction site have halted the building of an upscale community while an anthropologist team from the University of South Florida (USF) helps detectives search the dig site.
The human femur was uncovered on July 18 while the building crew excavated new residential building sites in the Toscana Community on Old Kings Road in Palm Coast, the Flagler County Sheriff's Office said.
Yeah that's not exactly the type of thing you expect to discover when you're doing a little structural excavation.
As it so turns out, authorities have located two separate femurs as well as some skull and jaw fragments. And as Sheriff Rick Staly so drily put it:
"We have two femurs ... If we find a third femur, we have a problem."
Let's hope the number stays at two femurs (and they figure the whole thing out too).
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