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Cause of death pending for UA student

Citizen Staff Writer

Garry Duffy
Tucson Citizen

University of
Arizona police are awaiting the results of an autopsy on a 19-year-old
man found dead in his fraternity house Friday afternoon.

“The cause of death is unknown” until results from the autopsy done
Saturday are released, Sgt. Luis Alvarez of UAPD said Sunday.

The Tucson Police Department responded to an emergency call about 2
p.m. Friday from Phi Kappa Psi reporting Andrew J. Segal unconscious,
Alvarez said.

Segal was a sophomore at the UA. He was a graduate of Monta Vista
High School near Silicon Valley in California, according to his
Facebook page.

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