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Bismarck Police Release Details Behind Identity of Man Found Frozen Under I-94 Bridge
An autopsy is being conducted
BISMARCK, ND — A man found dead in subzero temps in Bismarck was not homeless.
Police say the frozen body of the 52-year-old man was found near the Missouri River on Saturday, beneath an Interstate 94 bridge.
The man’s name or other details about his identity haven’t been released.
Police aren’t treating the death as suspicious.
An autopsy is being conducted.
Authorities have said the cold weather might have been a factor.
The temperature in Bismarck reached 18 below zero Saturday morning.