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SALT LAKE CITY -- The death of a man found in the Jordan River was accidental, according to police.
Police say they found nothing to indicate the death was suspicious. They say the 31-year-old was homeless.
They're still trying to notify his family about his death.
Police pulled the man's body from the river near 600 North and the Jordan River Parkway late last month.
They say it had been there for several days.