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Bowling Green State University student dies after alleged hazing incident left him on life support

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Stone Foltz, 20, is on life support after a hazing incident at Bowling Green State University. Foltz is a 2019 graduate of Buckeye Valley High School. His family says he is not expected to survive his injuries.

COLUMBUS, Ohio – A Bowling Green State University student has died after an alleged hazing incident left him on life support. his family’s attorney said.

Stone Foltz, 20, from Delaware County, Ohio, was hospitalized early Friday after an incident at the BGSU chapter of the Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity. BGSU officials have since stripped the fraternity of its status as a student organization this weekend following reports of the incident.

Sean Alto, an attorney representing the Foltz family, said Foltz was at an off-campus event organized by the fraternity where he was given “a copious amount of alcohol.” 

Foltz was dropped off that night at his apartment by members of the fraternity, where he was later found by his roommates, Alto said, adding that the roommates called 911 and Foltz was transported to a hospital where he was in “dire” condition.

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