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Man's body recovered from Snake River in Western Idaho

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PAYETTE, Idaho -- Officials have recovered the body of a 28-year-old Caldwell man who went missing in the Snake River in western Idaho over the weekend.
Payette County officials say they recovered the body of Daniel Bravo-Rodriguez on Monday morning.
Officials say Bravo-Rodriguez was swimming with several other people near Centennial Park in Payette when he went under water at about 6 p.m. Saturday.
Crews searched Saturday night and Sunday before finding the man's body about a mile downstream on Monday.

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