<p>A boat moves along the shore of Lake Powell in this aerial photograph taken above Page, Arizona, U.S., on Thursday, June 25, 2015. As severe drought grips parts of the western United States, a below average flow of water is expected to enter Lake Powell and Lake Mead, the two biggest reservoirs of the Colorado River Basin. Lake Powell is currently at 45 percent of capacity and is at risk of seeing its surface elevation fall below 1,075 feet above sea level by September, which would be the lowest level on record. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg</p>
PAGE, AZ — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area authorities say an Arizona man has apparently drowned in Lake Powell.
They say 33-year-old Albert Shortman of Cow Springs was pronounced dead at the scene Sunday by the Coconino County Medical Examiner.
Shortman's body was transported to the Medical Examiner's Office in Flagstaff for an autopsy.
National Park Service rangers at the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area received a report of a missing person on Sunday morning.
A dive team found Shortman's body near the Wahweap Swim Beach on Lake Powell.
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