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Ocean Shores surf fisherman died of heart problem

The Grays Harbor County coroner's office says the surf fisherman who died near Ocean Shores probably died of a heart rhythm problem that could have been triggered by cold water.

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OCEAN SHORES, Wash. —

The Grays Harbor County coroner's office says the surf fisherman who died near Ocean Shores probably died of a heart rhythm problem that could have been triggered by cold water.

KBKW reports ( http://bit.ly/102NS28) the autopsy on 65-year-old Antonio Inocencio of Federal Way indicated cardiac arrhythmia, which has been associated with cold-water immersion deaths.

Inocencio was fishing alone. He was apparently knocked down by a wave and pulled under when his waders filled with water. His body was found Sunday by a beachcomber.

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Information from: KBKW-AM, http://kbkw.com

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