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Venice Canal Corpse Was Case of Accidental Drowning

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Authorities are still working to determine the identity of a man whose body was discovered last weekend in the canal in Venice, however the coroner's office has conducted an autopsy, and has ruled the victim's death was an accidental drowning, according to the Daily Breeze. The victim was found wearing a black jogging suit; the body was reported as being spotted in the Grand Canal south of Venice Boulevard early in the morning on Saturday November 20th.