Authorities say a Fort Collins man found dead beneath the snow in his back yard died Wednesday the day the blizzard hit the Front Range and had probably been shoveling snow.
The victim was identified yesterday as James Garvey but his age wasn't released.
Larimer County coroner's investigators say there was no sign of trauma or foul play.
An autopsy was done yesterday but investigators are awaiting test results before announcing a cause of death.
The blizzard dropped up to three-and-a-half feet of snow in the mountains and two feet on parts of the Front Range and Eastern Plains.
Authorities say three Weld County men died of apparent heart attacks while shoveling snow from the storm.
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