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Autopsy: Heart defects killed UA student

Citizen Staff Writer

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Autopsy results show that a University of Arizona student who was found dead in a fraternity house last month died of natural causes.

The coroner’s report indicates that Andrew J. Segal’s cause of death was related to heart defects, according to a news release from the University of Arizona Police Department.

The UA sophomore was a graduate of Monte Vista High School near Silicon Valley in California.

Officers from the Tucson Police Department found Segal in the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house on March 6 after someone called to report that the 19-year-old was unconscious.

Autopsy: UA student found in frat house died of natural causes

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