Transcript for Possible hazing death being investigated at the University at Buffalo
the death tonight of a young college student, a freshman in the 18-year-old was rushed to the hospital from a fraternity there, reportedly in cardiac arrest. Well, days later, he has now died. Was this hazing? Was that student forced into extreme exercise? Here's ABC's linsey Davis. Reporter: Tonight, an investigation into a possible hazing death at the is university of Buffalo. Off main street on the front lawn, cardiac arrest. Reporter: The president of the school announcing the passing 18-year-old Sebastian serafin-bazan, who had been in critical condition and on life support for several days. Buffalo police say they received a 911 call late Thursday night from the sigma pi fraternity house. Neighbors claim they saw several young men carry out a body of a man who appeared to be unconscious. We saw paramedics working on him, chest compressions, giving Reporter: According to "The Buffalo news," serafin-bazan had recently been treated for a respiratory ailment and went into cardiac arrest during possible hazing which included forced exercises. All Greek life activities at the university are currently suspended until further notice. And police are still awaiting autopsy results, including a toxicology report, and they are also interviewing witnesses, David. Linsey Davis tonight. Linsey, thank you.
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