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    Lake Mead

    National Recreation Area AZ,NV

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Second body found of Lake Mohave

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Date: January 12, 2009
Contact: Andrew S. Munoz, 702.283.2344

SEARCHLIGHT, Nev. - National Park Service rangers have located a body on Lake Mohave believed to be the second of the Pahrump men that has been missing since yesterday.  The man was found near 9-Mile Cove on Lake Mohave at approximately 4:30 p.m. 
The body of the 70-year-old man was found this morning and has since been turned over to the Clark County Coronor's Office.
The National Park Service has suspended its search pending the identification of the second body. 
- NPS -

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Scenic view over looking Lake Mohave

With more than 700 miles of shoreline, Lake Mead offers countless opportunities for exploration. One can return to Lake Mead National Recreation Area again and again to a favorite cove or hideaway in which to enjoy the special solitude, where water and desert contrast and complement each other.