YODER, Colo. (AP) – Police say a Colorado man found dead after last week’s blizzard went out during the storm to start a generator. The El Paso County coroner’s office on Monday identified the man as 68-year-old Harry Brantley.

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Authorities found his body Thursday near Yoder, about 35 miles east of Colorado Springs.

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The massive blizzard struck Colorado and Wyoming on Wednesday. It contributed to the death of Daniel Groves, a Colorado State Patrol officer who was killed by a car as he helped another driver who had slid off Interstate 76 in Weld County.

The El Paso County Sheriff’s office says a caller reported that Brantley had gone out during the blizzard to start a generator at another building on the property and did not come back.

The cause of Brantley’s death has not been determined.

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