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Autopsy Reports Released For Men Who Disappeared After Rocklahoma

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Cody Parrick (left) and Benjamin Baker. Cody Parrick (left) and Benjamin Baker.
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The Oklahoma Medical Examiner's Office released autopsy reports on two men who went missing from the Rocklahoma concert festival in Pryor on May 22, 2015. Cody Parrick and Ben Barber's bodies were discovered in a minivan submerged at the Onapa boat ramp on Lake Eufaula in early June.

The ME's report lists the cause of death for both men as drowning. Neither sustained any acute injuries or broken bones.

Parrick and Barber, both 20, had gone to the concert near Pryor from their homes in Okmulgee. They did not make it back in the heavy rainfall Friday night, the first evening of the festival. Law enforcement and volunteers searched for the young men for about two weeks.

6/8/2015 Related Story: Bodies Of Men Missing After Rocklahoma Recovered In McIntosh County

Finally, their vehicle was spotted as lake levels receded following the record-setting rainfall this spring.

Neither man tested positive for drugs, the reports note. Both were wearing their Rocklahoma wristbands.

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