Death of Amherst College Football Player in Mexico Not a Suicide - NECN
Massachusetts

Massachusetts

The latest news from around the state

Death of Amherst College Football Player in Mexico Not a Suicide

    processing...

    NEWSLETTERS

    Death of Amherst College Football Player in Mexico Not a Suicide
    Amherst College

    The Amherst College football player who died in Mexico did not kill himself, according to the school.

    MassLive.com reports that an update from Amherst President Carolyn A. Martin was posted on the school's site, providing an update on the death of Andrew Dorogi.

    Dorogi, who was a senior, was found dead on March 16 in Mexico City while on spring break.

    Martin says that she knows from his family that "he did not die of suicide." Mexican authorities are taking the lead on the investigation.

    Woman, 93, Rescued From Camp Fire by Her Garbageman

    [NATL] Woman, 93, Rescued From Camp Fire by Her Garbageman

    Margaret Newsum, 93, had no idea that the Camp Fire was rapidly approaching her Magalia home until her caretaker left for the day and she turned on the television. She was quickly rescued by her friend Dane Ray Cummings, who decided to break company policy and rescue Newsum with his Waste Management truck. KCRA reports.

    (Published 2 hours ago)

    Friday, Amherst college released a statement regarding Dorogi's death.

    "It is important that the matter is fully investigated and that justice is pursued," it read. "Our primary focus continues to be on supporting a campus that is grieving."

    Dorogi was from Cleveland, Ohio and played tight end for the school's Division III football team.


    Get the latest from necn anywhere, anytime

    • Download the App

      Available for IOS and Android