Abandoned bus famous from film 'Into The Wild' airlifted from Alaska's wilderness over safety fears
An old bus in the film Into The Wild has been removed from Alaska’s wilderness.
The wrecked bus was airlifted from a remote trail outside Denali National Park.
The decision came after an increasing number of adventurers got into difficulties visiting it - the bus's ultimate fate is unknown.
The bus was made famous by 24-year-old adventurer Chris McCandless, who lived in it during the summer of 1992 and died of starvation after 114 days in the wilderness.
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