Syracuse University Student, Sabrina Cammock, Found Dead in Hotel Room

The 21-year-old college student was sharing the room with a group of girlfriends when she died, a police source said.
The 21-year-old college student was sharing the room with a group of girlfriends when she died, a police source said.

An overachieving Syracuse University track sprinter was found dead in a Times Square hotel Saturday morning following a night out with friends, officials said.

Sabrina Cammock, 21, of Queens, was discovered inside her room at the Hotel Edison on W. 47th St. about 9:20 a.m.

Cammock, a senior on spring break, was sharing a room with a group of girlfriends when she died, a police source said.

“They all went to sleep,” the source said, “and when they woke up, she didn’t wake up.”

Cammock was found in her bed. The cause of her death was not immediately clear, officials said.

Her family was stunned.

“She’s better than anybody you know,” Cammock’s cousin Kemal Brown, 34, said quietly as he stood in a daze outside of the young woman’s home in Jamaica Estates. “She’s a baby and she’s gone.”

“I’ve never seen anything like this around me before,” he said.

There were no signs of trauma on Cammock’s body, according to police sources.

No drugs were found in the room to suggest an overdose, the officials said.

An autopsy has been scheduled to find out how she died, officials said.

Cammock was studying public health at Syracuse’s David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics, according to her college website.

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SOURCE: TERENCE CULLEN, THOMAS TRACY
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

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