While looking through her dead ex-boyfriend's van, a Brooklyn woman found some odd items. According to the Daily News, "Gary Louisa, who died last year of cancer at age 51, had hidden Ground Zero dust, a piece of a steel beam and bone fragments under the ragged driver's seat of his 1989 Ford Econoline van, cops said. The city medical examiner determined Monday that the bone chips were not human, but more tests were being done on a ziplock bag full of dust." Rosa Cerrato, who was cleaning out the van so it could be donated, was relieved the bones were not human, "Thank God it's not somebody's relative."