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Thursday, July 17, 2014, 9:30 a.m.
 

The Armstrong County Coroner said Thursday that drowning was the cause of death for a Penn Hills man whose body was found in the Allegheny River Wednesday.

Thomas Duane Uzmack, 40, fell from a personal watercraft Sunday afternoon in the Clinton section of the river and never surfaced. His body was found yesterday morning about 2 12 miles downstream near the Schenley marina.

Coroner Brian Myers said the results of toxicology results from Uzmack's body are still pending.

Uzmack was a former Lower Burrell and Springdale resident and a supervisor for Bos Solutions.

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