Rescued soldier has no information on Piestewa
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An American soldier who was rescued in Iraq this week doesn't have "definitive information" about Lori Piestewa, the missing Hopi woman, The Arizona Republic reports.

Two Arizona congressmen said they spoke with Pentagon officials about the situation. They said information about nine bodies that were found in a hospital in Iraq would be coming within the next few days.

Piestewa, 23, a member of the Hopi Tribe of Arizona, was a roommate to Jessica Lynch, 19. Lynch was rescued on Tuesday.

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