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University Of Georgia (UGA) Cancels Classes After Woman Found Dead

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University Of Georgia (UGA) Cancels Classes After Woman Found Dead

(CTN News) – On Thursday, a woman was found dead near a lake on the University of Georgia (UGA) campus, forcing the university to cancel on-campus classes until Monday.

Approximately 12:07 p.m. Thursday, police received a call regarding the safety of someone’s friend who was running near Intramural Fields, UGA Police Chief Jeff Clark said.

A search was immediately initiated by the police, and at 12:38 p.m. they discovered a person unconscious with visible injuries behind Lake Herrick.

Following the administration of medical aid by the police, emergency medical personnel arrived on scene and pronounced the person dead at the scene, according to Clark.

Clark did not say exactly where the woman went to school, but she said that she was a student at another university.

It is important to emphasize that this is still an active investigation, so I am not able to share any information at this time, due to the fact that it is still an active investigation.

An investigation has been launched by the Athens-Clarke County Police Department and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation into the death of the woman, which the university said is suspected to have been a foul play. Despite the fact that the authorities haven’t identified a suspect, Clark says there is no immediate threat to the campus of the University of Georgia.

It is still recommended that people avoid the area, and UGA has canceled all evening classes for Thursday, as well as all classes for Friday. There will be a return to classes on Monday.

According to the university, a UGA student was found dead in the Brumby Hall dormitory on Wednesday, just a day before the woman was found at the lake, however, the university did not provide any other details.

“The past 24 hours have been a traumatic time for our University,” UGA said in a statement. The students of our University are grieving the loss of a member of our student body in Brumby Hall last night, and as we continue to mourn that tragic loss of life, today’s devastating news will test the resolve of our campus community, particularly that of our students.

The two deaths, according to Clark, are not connected in any way.


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