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VACAVILLE — The body of a man who is believed to have drowned was recovered in the Putah Creek canal in Vacaville Saturday afternoon.
Police say a man was seen falling into the water, yelling for help Saturday morning. A boat equipped with sonar technology was combing the stream. Authorities found the man’s body at 1:54 p.m. near Alamo Drive.
The coroner’s office has yet to identify the man.
The creek runs behind homes in the area and police have been interviewing neighbors, but the man’s ID remained unknown. No one in the area was reported missing.
The creek is also fenced off, and not easily accessible on foot.