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Crews have recovered the body of a cliff diver who drowned Friday in Lake Powell.

On Wednesday morning, searchers used a remote-operated underwater vehicle to find the body of 29-year-old Billy Burke, of Jackson Hole, Wyo.

Burke had been missing since Oct. 9, when his friends said he jumped from a 90-foot cliff in Face Canyon, just south of the Arizona state line. He did not resurface.

The remote-operated vehicle located Burke's body at a depth of 153 feet, according to a news release from Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.

Since 2000, six people have died from cliff-jumping injuries at the recreation area.