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 By Jennifer Emert - bio | email

Baker County, GA (WALB) –  Autopsy results reveal there was nothing suspicious in the drowning of a 34-year-old Thomasville man.

Two fishermen found Brian Smith's body Monday in the Flint River about a quarter mile from where his empty boat was found Saturday afternoon near Norman's Ferry Boat Landing.

Baker County Coroner Andy Blinc tells us the autopsy found no sign of trauma or medical problems.

Investigators are waiting on toxicology results before making a final ruling, but they believe Smith drowned.

 

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