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Man Who Fell Off Rims Identified

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BILLINGS, Mont. -

We are continuing to follow the story about the man found dead at the base of the rims Thursday night.

The Yellowstone County Coroner identified him as 22-year-old Scott Harrington.

Billings Police say just after 10 p.m. Harrington was found below the rims north of Stanford Drive.

Investigators found alcohol in his locked car.

At this time, no foul play is suspected.

Investigators believe he was walking around and accidentally fell.

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