Receding waters expose vehicle that crashed in Lake Powell — and there’s a body inside.

Garfield County Sheriff believes the vehicle has been in the water for 11 months.

(Garfield County Sheriff's Office) Receding water levels at Lake Powell exposed this vehicle, which is believed to have crashed into the lake in September 2020. The victim's body was extracted from the vehicle.

Falling levels at Lake Powell caused by Utah’s severe drought exposed a vehicle that police believe crashed in 2020, killing the driver.

The remains of the victim were extracted from the vehicle on Monday, according to the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office, by sheriff’s deputies, park rangers and volunteers. Police believe the vehicle fell 600 feet off a ledge near Hite Marina in September 2020.

The crash remains under investigation, and the name of the victim has not yet been released.