Hundreds of Bodies Found Stacked in Chicago Morgue to Receive Proper Burial
Several bodies found stacked up at the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office received a proper burial Wednesday overseen by Francis Cardinal George.
Thirteen adults and 120 children and fetuses were buried at Mount Olivet Catholic Cemetery on Chicago's South Side, Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart said.
All the dead were placed into 18 plots donated by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago.
Five caskets each held 24 unborn fetuses.
It was revealed in January that human remains had been stockpiled in the morgues coolers, some doubled up on trays.Link