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Michigan teens find body under snow
An autopsy is pending on the body of a man found along a Michigan roadway Saturday morning.
Police say the body was found about 11 a.m., by two teens walking along Prairie Parkway in Wyoming, Mich., a suburb of Grand Rapids.
The body was that of a man in his 70s. He was found near a mound of snow created by snowplows. The man was wearing winter clothing an covered in a thin layer of snow, indicating he had been there overnight.
Foul play is not suspected, Wyoming Police Sgt. Dan Mahoney said.