Florida State University’s section of Pi Kappa Phi society has been suspended after an understudy kicked the bucket at an off-grounds local gathering, the Tallahassee Democrat reports.
Andrew Coffey, a 20-year-old structural building understudy, kicked the bucket Friday morning at a home about a mile from the college, Tallahassee police told the daily paper.
Coffey, of Pompano Beach, was turning into an individual from the society through a procedure known as promising.
Neighbors told the Tallahassee Democrat a gathering was held at the house Thursday night. Coffey’s inert body was found around 10:25 a.m. Friday.
The clique’s national association guided the nearby Beta Eta Chapter to participate with specialists, as indicated by the Tallahassee Democrat.
College authorities are additionally working with police, University Vice President Amy Hecht said.
“We are overpowered with bitterness whenever we learn of the passing of one of our understudies, and the FSU family gives broad effort to their family and companions as they grieve the departure of a youthful life,” Hecht said in an announcement.
“We don’t yet have subtle elements encompassing the passing today of understudy Andrew Coffey, yet we will work intimately with the Tallahassee Police Department as it explores to decide the certainties encompassing this case.”
A companion and kindred Florida State University understudy said Coffey was surging Pi Kappa Phi’s FSU section.
“He was a truly pleasant child, constantly inviting to everyone,” said George Edmunds.
Edmunds depicted Coffey as a secondary school competitor and junior ROTC part with an ever-introduce bless his face. The two used to hang out with companions at the dock in Deerfield Beach when they were more youthful, he said.
“The general population I realize that are companions with him are truly stunned, it’s quite recently squashing,” Edmunds said.
No captures have been made.