Homeless Man Found Dead in Dublin, Cold May be to Blame

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    NEWSLETTERS

    The cold weather may have caused another death in the Bay Area--this time in the East Bay.

    The Alameda County coroner says a homeless man was found dead early Friday morning in Dublin.

    An exact cause of death is expected Monday after the autopsy.

    If exposure to the cold did cause the man's death, e would be the fifth person in the Bay Area to die as a result of the cold weather.

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