"We've got bodies racked back here and we've got two solid rows of bodies just stored which are quite a few," according to Palm Beach County Medical Examiner Tony Mead.
Mead says since the economy took a plunge the numbers of bodies waiting for burial have gone up.
"We're sitting with 26 bodies. right now we only have 21 carts which means we're going to have to either double or rack bodies," Mead said.
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