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3 Jun 2020 9:40
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    An independent investigation's underway - to find out how a student's death at a Christchurch university residential hall went unnoticed

    An independent investigation's underway - to find out how a student's death at a Christchurch university residential hall went unnoticed


    A young man's body was found at Sonoda Residential Hall in Ilam on Monday night.

    It's understood the body had been there for weeks.

    The University's Vice-Chancellor, Professor Cheryl de la Rey, says support is being offered to students.

    She says while the police investigation continues - they are limited in what they can say about the specific circumstances surrounding the students' death.

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