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Heatstroke Might Have Led to Hiker's Drowning

The 39-year-old man fell into the Fox River in mid-90s temperatures.

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Officials think a 39-year-old hiker who fell into the Fox River and drowned in late May might have suffered heatstroke before the incident. Temperatures reached the mid-90s on the day of the hiker’s death.