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UPDATE: UD Officials: Student Critically Hurt from 'Apparent Fall' from Dorm Window
DAYTON -- University of Dayton officials are asking for the community's prayers after they say a student is critically hurt from an 'apparent fall' out of a dorm window.
"We ask for your prayers tonight for a first-year student who was critically injured following an apparent fall from a window in Marycrest Residence Hall at approximately 4:30 p.m. today," a university statement reads. "This is all the information we have available at this time. Dayton Police are conducting a joint investigation with University of Dayton public safety. Campus ministers and counselors are at the hospital and Marycrest residence hall to offer support and prayers."
Crime scene tape surrounded the hall and students were reeling on campus.
"I mean it's such a small campus and we're such a community together, even if you don't know the person directly you know someone who knows them, so it's time for us really to reflect. It's a sad time and everyone needs to reach out to people they know and make sure this doesn't happen as much as it has been," said Courtney Golembiewski, a UD student.
This injury comes a little more than two weeks after the Montgomery County Coroner ruled a student took his own life. Larry Cook, 18, jumped out of a sixth- story window in the Stuart Hall dorm. His family disputes the findings, however, and have hired their own forensic pathologist, who say his injuries do not match up with a suicide.
Two similar incidents within weeks of one another have left students on this campus relying on each other for support.
"It really shows us that we need to reach out to our friends, everyone is stressed, we're all in the same boat and everyone has their own story but it's really important that we understand where everyone is coming from."
DAYTON -- Dayton and University of Dayton Police are investigating a student who got hurt at the UD Dorm called "Marycrest."
Police have not yet briefed reporters, but Annette Peagler talked with several students who live in the dorm and say a student jumped from the sixth story window.
Crime tape is cordoning off the front of the University's largest dorm, and crime scene investigators along with several police officers are there.
There is also an evidence marker in a second story window.
This injury comes a little more than two weeks after the University says a student took his own life. Larry Cook, 18, jumped out of a sixth story window in the Stuart Hall dorm. His family disputes the findings; however, and have hired their own forensic pathologist who say his injuries do not match up with a suicide.
Stay with us for more information on this developing story.
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