Authorities are investigating the demise of a scholar discovered after a Florida State University fraternity get together.
According to ABC 6, the physique of Pi Kappa Phi pledge Andrew Coffey was found after an off-campus gathering on Friday.
The 20-year-old was a civil engineering main from Pompano Beach, Fla.
Officers advised the publication a number of alcoholic beverage containers discovered scattered on the porch of the fraternity home had been collected as proof.
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No arrests have been made, ABC 6 reported. Pi Kappa Phi has been suspended by its nationwide group pending a full investigation.
Students advised the Tallahassee Democrat they had been shaken by Coffey’s demise.
“I couldn’t help but think of (his) parents,” one scholar, affiliated with one other Greek group at FSU, stated.
“I felt bad and I don’t even know the guy.”
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Another scholar made it a degree to notice that his fraternity would not give attention to consuming as both a bonding or hazing methodology.
He added that many FSU fraternities share this considering, although a small group of people are identified amongst pupils to abuse alcohol.
“How they’re indoctrinated into the fraternity, in turn, reflects how they act,” he advised the Tallahassee Democrat.
“It’s coaching (pledges) on how to drink in a responsible manner, know their limits and to stop at certain levels where you’re not hurting yourself or others.”
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No additional particulars about Coffey’s demise have been made public presently.
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