LSU pledge had .495 BAC at time of death; frat members arrested

LSU pledge had .495 BAC at time of death; frat members arrested

By WWLTV.com

BATON ROUGE — The autopsy for the LSU freshman who died during an apparent fraternity hazing incident shows he was intoxicated far beyond the legal limit.

According to our partners at The Advocate, Maxwell Gruver had a blood alcohol level of .495 at his time of death. The coroner concluded that Gruver died of acute alcohol intoxication with aspiration and reports that the manner of his death “is an accident.”

 Arrest warrants have been issued for ten members of LSU’s Phi Delta Theta fraternity for hazing and negligent homicide charges in connection with the death of Maxwell Gruver, a freshman pledge. (Full article)

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