New Hampshire authorities say an autopsy shows that a man found dead in a trash transfer station died of "probable traumatic asphyxia," and investigators say it's possible his death was accidental.
Attorney General Gordon MacDonald said Wednesday the body of 36-year-old William Bradley was found Monday at the Waste Management Transfer Station in Auburn, in a pile of refuse delivered to the station.
MacDonald said the manner of Bradley's death is pending. The investigation is ongoing, including the possibility that his death was accidental.
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MacDonald said Bradley's last known whereabouts is believed to be Manchester or Nashua.