Officials said Two bodies have been recovered from wreckage matching the description of a crashed plane at the center of a teenage girl's dramatic survival story in Washington, NBC News reported. Autumn Veatch, 16, walked for around two days through the wilderness after the Beech A-35 she and her step-grandparents were flying in crashed in the northern part of the state. Officials have been searching for her step-grandparents, Leland and Sharon Bowman, and the wreckage. The Skagit County Sheriff's Office said in a statement Wednesday that wreckage matching Veatch's plane had been found about 100 miles from Seattle. The bodies were not being identified until the next of kin had ben informed.