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PRESCOTT, Ariz. - Northern Arizona authorities say a Mayer man is dead after apparently falling out of his car and over a bridge in Prescott.

Yavapai County Sheriff's officials identify the victim as 32-year-old Clinton Gwinn.

Deputies were called Tuesday morning to a single vehicle crash on Crown King Road.

Upon arrival, deputies found the front end of a pickup truck atop a bridge railing. Gwinn's body was found about 40 feet below the bridge.

Witnesses say he fell after exiting the disabled truck.

Two passengers in the vehicle Gwinn was driving escaped injury and have been interviewed by sheriff's investigators.

Deputies say Gwinn's death is being investigated and alcohol use is a likely factor.

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