'Into the Wild' Bus Removed From Alaska Backcountry

The bus has long attracted adventurers to an area without cellphone service and marked by unpredictable weather and at-times swollen rivers.

Helicopter removed the bus where adventurer Christopher McCandless died of starvation in 1992, to prevent others trying to reach it An abandoned bus in the Alaska back country, popularized by the book Into the Wild and movie of the same name, was removed on Thursday as a public safety measure, state officials said. Some have had to be rescued or have died.

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