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Woman's body discovered at Huntington State Beach

Huntington Beach police are investigating the discovery of a dead woman on the beach.

The police received a call at 6:55 a.m. Monday reporting the body in Huntington State Beach near Magnolia Street at Pacific Coast Highway, Lt. Russell Reinhart said.

The woman was fully clothed and did not appear to have suffered any trauma, according to the Huntington Beach Independent.

The Orange County coroner was working to determine the cause of death, Reinhart said.


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