Penn State frat investigated for underage drinking

Penn State officials are looking into whether Delta Tau Delta fraternity brothers supplied alcohol to an 18-year-old student who was found unconscious by police in an alley near campus.
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Back now with that new trouble for Penn state. Another fraternity has been suspended just weeks after new anti-hazing policies went into effect and ABC's erielle reshef is there with the very latest. Good morning, erielle. Reporter: Good morning, Michael. That new trouble comes after a freshman was hospitalized following a night of alleged drinking at this fraternity. The university has shut down the chapter as it investigates. This morning, another Penn state fraternity is under investigation. College age male unresponsive. He is breathing at this time. Reporter: The school is looking into whether delta tau delta fraternity brothers supplied alcohol to an underage student later found unconscious by police in this dark alley near campus. The 18-year-old freshman rushed to the hospital. Now recovering. This latest incident striking a nerve, many asking how this could happen again on a campus still reeling from the hazing-related death of beta theta pi pledge Timothy piazza. 14 of his fraternity brothers are facing charges related to his death and have pleaded not guilty. Of course, it's a tragedy, but, you know, that doesn't mean there was any intent involved in any of this. Reporter: In the wake of piazza's death, the university limited the number of frat parties with alcohol from 45 to 10 per semester. Beer and wine only served by state certified bartenders and banning kegs. It cannot happen again. Nobody should go through this. Reporter: Overnight Penn state telling ABC news of the newest incident, the potential involvement of delta tau delta is very disturbing news given all the recent efforts and education that have gone into emphasizing student safety. And Penn state officials say given the latest restrictions, the incident that happened here last week is all the more alarming. The fraternity says safety is a top priority and they're working with the university to figure out what happened. Michael. All right, thank you, erielle. Like I said, how could this happen again. Coming up next here on

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