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Breaking News: It's Going To Get Wet: Storms Will Bring 30-40 MPH Wind Gusts, Flash Flooding Possible
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Man Found Dead At Storm King Mountain State Park

Storm King Mountain
Storm King Mountain Photo Credit: Palisades Park Conservancy

This story has been updated.

The body of a man was found dead in the Storm King Mountain State Park in Orange County on Friday, according to state park officials.

Officials said there was no indication of suspicious circumstances surrounding the middle-aged man's death, said Randy Simons, spokesperson for the New York State Parks.

Park police secured the area and removed the body.

A tentative identification has been determined, but notifications have not been made, Simons said.

The investigation is ongoing.

Storm King is a 1,884-acre park in Cornwall-on-Hudson prized by hikers for its beauty and trails.

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