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Man Dies of Heart Attack at Susquehanna State Park
The body of Richard Edward Lottero, 60, of Havre de Grace was discovered along a Heritage Greenways trail in Susquehanna State Park, Saturday, Oct. 22. A female hiker found Lottero’s body while hiking on the trail. According to the State Medical Examiners Office, Lottero, a volunteer with the Maryland Park Service, died of a heart attack.
October 24, 2005
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