New York Authorities Investigating Possible Hazing Death of College Student

Buffalo State College student Bradley Doyley died Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016 after falling ill. (PHOTO CREDIT: Buffalo State College)
Buffalo State College student Bradley Doyley died Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016 after falling ill. (PHOTO CREDIT: Buffalo State College)

Authorities in upstate New York are investigating the death of a college student who may have suffered injuries from a possible off-campus fraternity hazing incident, according to the Buffalo News.

Bradley Doyley, 21, a student at Buffalo State College, died Thursday at Buffalo General Medical Center, after falling ill with an unexplained sickness last month, the paper reported Friday. He became ill while pledging to the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity.

Students told the News Doyley may have been made to drink a toxic brew that led to his illness. The cause of death has not been determined.

“I was in the weight room and heard he was pledging and was made to drink some type of toxic substance,” football player Dametrius Brown told the paper. “I keep hearing different stories. First it was detergent, then some said sewer water.”

Buffalo State President Katherine Conway-Turner announced the suspension of the fraternity on Friday following the death of Doyley. The fraternity was also suspended by its national governing body.

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SOURCE: Fox News