Man found dead in Oxon Hill, possibly due to storm | News
OXON HILL, Md. (WUSA9) -- The heavy snows and cold temperatures the blizzard of 2016 brought to the D.C. area may have been responsible for two deaths in Prince George's County.
On Monday morning, a snow removal crew found the body of a man while clearing out a parking lot in the 6300 block of Livingston Road, Prince George's County police say. No foul play is in suspected in the man's death.
According to police, the man's name is unknown at this time.
This is the second death in Prince George's County that may have been caused by the blizzard. On Saturday, a man died after an apparent heart attack he suffered while shoveling his home in Fort Washington.
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