I have some of those photos and the tail number if it helps...
Please forgive me for any mistakes I might make since I am brand new at this.
About an hour ago while on my lunch break I decided to take a wild chance and see if anything had ever been mentioned on-line about my father's old bomber, The Candy Ann, also known around our home as 7 Up n Cider. Lo and behold, as my father would have said, I ran across this thread. This is a long way of saying that I have many of the photos of the crash site because one of my father's buddies took the photos. My father was a ball-turret gunner in that plane from May/June into the fall of 44. They flew 34 in her and he said she took a lot of heavy hits, burned engines and it was a wonder she held up given what she went through.
All this to say to all of you that I do have the tail number, a lot of photos, a wonderful letter my father wrote to a crewman when he was in his late 70's re the bomber. My father was Markham J. McEnroe. Helluva guy.
I have his flight jacket hanging in my closet, Candy Ann written in blue paint on the back, the outline of 34 bombs lined up and across his back (the paint on those fell off; he used to rake the yard wearing the jacket, kept a pack of smokes in the front flap jacket).
Anything I can do, let me know. Any of the crew's relatives from that period of time my Dad flew, I'd be honored to say hello.
I salute all of you.
Sincerely. Paul McEnroe