80-year-old pronounced dead after being pulled from Housatonic River

Police say they will not release the man's name until family is notified.

Police say they will not release the man's name until family is notified. (6/21/13)

STRATFORD - An 80-year-old man was pronounced dead after being pulled from the Housatonic River on Friday afternoon.

Police say they will not release the man's name until they can notify his family.

They add that it does not appear foul play was involved and that his death may have been accidental.
 

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