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This aerial photo shows where a 13-hour search for two young cousins buried in the collapse of a construction site in eastern Lincoln County, N.C. ended around daybreak Monday with the discovery of the bodies. Lincoln County Emergency Management spokesman Dion Burleson said the body of a 6-year-old girl was found about 6 a.m., and the body of a 7-year-old boy was discovered about an hour later. Authorities say the children were found under about 24 feet of dirt in an excavated site on Cedarbrook Drive, a gravel road near the Lucia community. (AP Photo/The Charlotte Observer, Davie Hinshaw)
A man (left) walks with investigators Monday around the scene of a collapsed construction site where two children died when the dirt walls collapsed Sunday on Cedarbrook Court in Stanley, N.C. (AP Photo/Bob Leverone)
Chelsea Jones, 14, remembers, on Monday the two children she babysat for the past few months who died when a basement wall collapsed in a construction area behind the children's home, on Sunday, in Stanley, N.C. (AP Photo/Bob Leverone)
Bradley Jones wipes a tear from his eye as he remembers the two children, Monday that his daughter has babysat for the past few months, in Stanley, N.C. Both young children were killed Sunday when a dirt wall of a construction site near their home collapsed. (AP Photo/Bob Leverone)