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University College London has suspended a freshers event, following the death of a student thought to have had a heart attack.
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There's no reason to assume it was suspected alcohol poisoning. The UCL statement makes no reference to this, and the TSR thread is hardly reputable.
Perhaps Live! should consider the ramifications of such a claim before making it? Condolences to his family and friends.
I'm sure Live! does have other sources than the UCL statement and TSR thread. After all, the Live! article didn't initially refer to either of them.
Interesting, then, that the article has been updated...
more interesting, that it was updated without saying what and when. bad journalism...
drug OD more likely than alcohol poisoning surely?
I don't find the bad journalism interesting. And trust me, it wasn't anything to do with drink or drugs. I know.
Why are you all f**king hacks... you sad sick f**kers! Grow up and get a life... stop being hacks... just be sad that someone has died. BECOME NORMAL PEOPLE!
The inquest has just reported a verdit of death by natural causes.
"Cardiac experts said the heavy bass from the club?s loudspeakers could have triggered sudden arrhythmic death syndrome (SADS) which kills 12 young people a [u]week[/u]."
"toxicology tests had found no traces of drugs or alcohol in his blood".
?He had a brilliant life ahead of him. We were, and we remain, tremendously proud of our precious son.?
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