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Name released of man found dead after car fire in bowling alley parking lot

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CARTERVILLE, IL (KFVS) -

Police have released the name of a man found dead after a car fire in Carterville.

The Herrin Police Department identifies the person as Shaun H. Saltzman, 33, of Simpson, Illinois.

According to Herrin Fire Captain Tom Hatley, a car caught fire in the parking lot of the S. I. Bowl Family Fun Center at 10240 Samuel Road in Carterville.

It happened shortly before 3 a.m. on Saturday.

The fire spread and caught two other cars on fire.

The fire totaled two cars and did minor damage to a third car.

A preliminary autopsy was completed on Saturday. The preliminary cause of Saltzman's death was determined to be smoke inhalation cause by accidental means. The final autopsy report will follow after toxicology tests are completed.

The incident is being investigated by Herrin Fire Department, the Williamson County Coroners Office, Herrin Police Department and Illinois State Police.

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