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Law enforcement officials at the sight where a body was found Sunday near Wall.

Preliminary autopsy results indicate the Wyoming man found dead near a South Dakota interstate likely died of hypothermia.

The body of 45-year-old Justin Johnson was found Sunday evening by a railroad worker near some railroad tracks between Wall and Wasta in Pennington County near Interstate 90 mile marker 105.

Helene Duhamel, spokeswoman for the Pennington County Sheriff's Office, said the man probably had been dead for several days. Authorities believe he was walking along the tracks after his vehicle broke down.

The sheriff's office said there's no indication the death is trauma related. The autopsy was done Tuesday. Johnson was from Hulett, Wyoming.

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