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A 19-year-old student was found unconscious atAcadia University Sept. 6 and died in hospital a fewdays later.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. (CUP) — A 19-year-old student rom Alberta has died ater beingound unconscious in a residence at Acadia University, just outside o Haliax.On Sept. 6, Acadia students were sent an email that released ew details about theincident, stating that campus security had responded to a 911 call that same morning andthat a student had been hospitalized and remained in critical condition.It was then announced to the university on Sept. 8 that the 19-year-old student romAlberta had passed away at the Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre in Haliax. Te student’s amily has asked that no details o the event, including the student’s name, bereleased.CBC has connected the student’s death to a drinking game which witnesses claimed wastaking place that same evening, but the cause o death ofcially remains unknown.
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Student death shocks Acadia University campus