Alleged hazing death at Bowling Green State University ruled ‘accidental’

The autopsy showed that 20-year-old Stone Foltz died from “fatal intoxication” last month. Authorities said fraternity members encouraged pledges to drink entire bottles of alcohol.
0:18 | 04/07/21

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Now to the alleged hazing death that made national headlines assault or at Bowling Green State University the death has now been ruled accidental. The autopsy showing stone Fultz died from fatal alcohol intoxication the family tonight outreach to step is being called an accident. Insisting he was forced to drink during a fraternity ritual.

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