Police in Montgomery are investigating whether a drug overdose was responsible for the death of a college student over the weekend.
West Conshohocken Borough Police officers responded to the Moorehead Avenue near Elizabeth Street Sunday to find a 22-year-old man unresponsive on the living room coach, said police.
Officer administered anti-overdose drug nalaxone and performed CPR but the man didn’t respond and medics announced him dead on the scene.
The cause of death of the man, who was a Cabrini College student, was pending autopsy and toxicology results from the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office, said police.
The student wasn’t immediately identified, Cabrini however acknowledged the death.
"We are saddened by the news, and our thoughts are with the student's family as we focus on supporting our community through this loss," said a statement from the college.
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