We expect new information today - on the former reform school in the panhandle accused of abusing boys and burying them on campus. Researchers from the University of South Florida are meeting with Senator Bill Nelson. They'll talk about the excavation of the Dozier School graveyard. Channel 4's Elizabeth Campbell joins us LIVE with what we're expected to learn - Elizabeth? 3 3 This has been a nightmare for many families who believe their loved ones' remains are in unmarked graves at the Dozier School. Today researchers will share with Senator Nelson what they have found at the school. 3 00-0406-1127-32SOT - RB: "It don't make sense that you go there and can't come back as a child." TRACK - Reginald Bouie is one of many former students - who says he was beaten multiple times at the Dozier School in the late 1950s. His family says their cousin was buried in an unmarked grave -- leaving them with questions for decades. Today researchers from the University of South Florida will talk with Senator Bill Nelson about those unmarked graves and what they've found.SOT - EK: "If we can identify those individuals, its an absolute success." TRACK - The USF researchers will talk about information on DNA testing and reveal the first facial composite of one of the sets of remains excavated from the site. Bouie is still one of MANY -- waiting for answers. SOT - RB: "If you can bring closure to any family, you know I think that's what it is. You can't change what happened." 3 The Florida Department of Law Enforcement concluded after an investigation that it couldn't substantiate or dispute the claims of abuse. The meeting between Nelson and the researchers is set to take place today at his Tampa office. This morning - we're hearing from a teen who slipped and fell off the back of a train -- and severed his foot. 15-year-old Jayzon Ahrens says it's not the first time he's jumped on the back of a train - but it might be his last. He was trying to make curfew at a local youth center. He says he gets a rush out of it. 3 143420 Hopping trains - it's an excitement.You get on and still the wind goes through your hair and you see the people inside the cars and you're driving past em and you're like yea you can't stop me.....143443 It makes you feel like Superman.Nobody can stop you. Ahrens says this experience has changed him - and if he could go back and change it - he would. 3 .