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Elderly hiker found dead

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A bicyclist found the body of a hiker who had a medical episode and died on a Middletown, N.J. trail.

Police say William Bennett, 67, had been hiking on the Grand Tour Trail in Hartshorne Park on Wednesday afternoon.

A bicyclist came across his body at about 3:30 p.m.

No foul play is suspected.  Police say Bennett lived in Leonardo.

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