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Swimmer's Body Found Floating Offshore In El Segundo

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The body of a man was found Sunday afternoon, floating along the surf line at a beach in the South Bay.Just after 4 p.m., a witness reported seeing the body in the water north of lifeguard tower 45 in El Segundo, roughly a mile north of Manhattan Beach, according to the L.A. Times. Police officers, firefighters and lifeguards responded to the scene and retrieved the body from the ocean.

According to El Segundo police, the man appeared to be in his 50s and was wearing a swimsuit, reports KTLA.

Coroner's officials and the El Segundo Police Department are currently working to determine the cause of the man's death. No swimmers were reported missing from nearby beaches.

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