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Dead man found in the water near Navy Yard: NYPD

Cops found the body of a man in his 30s off the Navy Yard on May 19 around 8:20 a.m.
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Police found a man’s body floating in the water off the Navy Yard on May 19.

Cops, who say the man was in his 30s, found the body near Flushing Avenue at 8:20 a.m. with no obvious signs of trauma and the investigation is ongoing, according to the department.

The city’s chief medical examiner has yet to determine the man’s cause of death and the release of his identity is pending family notification, according to a spokeswoman.

Reach reporter Kevin Duggan at (718) 260–2511 or by e-mail at kduggan@cnglocal.com. Follow him on Twitter @kduggan16.
Updated 2:37 pm, May 24, 2019
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Reasonable discourse

N’djamena Robinson from Brownsville says:
Was it a man or a Manx. Can we really assume its gender?
May 23, 4:42 am

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