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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A man whose body was discovered at Chorlton Water Park can be named. The body of 31-year-old Iain Bruce-McArdle was discovered at the popular south Manchester beauty spot early in the morning on Tuesday, July 19. Emergency services attended after police said they were called to a concern for the welfare of a man at around 5:10am. He was pronounced dead at the scene, they said. The Manchester Evening News understands the body was not discovered in the water at the park. READ MORE: Horrifying video shows van 'driving at people in the street' as police make attempted murder arrest There were not believed to be any suspicious circumstances surrounding Mr Bruce-McArdle's death, GMP said, indicating a file would be passed to the city's coroner. Manchester Coroner's Court have now confirmed Mr McArdle's death has been referred to them.
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Police at Chorlton Water Park after a body was found (Image: John Taylor) Parts of the park were cordoned off as officers dealt with the aftermath of the incident. In a statement issued at the time GMP said: "At around 5.10am on 19 July 2022, police received a report of concern for the welfare of a man at Chorlton Water Park. "Emergency services attended and a man was sadly pronounced deceased at the scene. The death is not believed to be suspicious." Read more of today's top stories here READ NEXT: Mystery of ex-Wigan Warriors star 'in really bad place' when he vanished six months ago From bedsheets over the entrance way to an 18th anniversary double header - the incredible story of Manchester-based wrestling company FutureShock 12 pictures of life in Strangeways before the riots which rocked Britain Man embroiled in row with 'petty' neighbour has perfect response after they built fence Inside the stunning dream homes that were bought for just £1
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