Bowling Green State University sophomore’s hazing death ruled an accident from ‘fatal ethanol intoxication’

Stone Foltz, 20, died on March 7 after an alleged hazing incident with alcohol.

Stone Foltz, 20, died of “fatal ethanol intoxication” on March 7 after an alleged fraternity hazing on March 4 at the university in Bowling Green, Ohio, about 15 miles south of Toledo.

Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity members gave pledges, including Foltz, bottles of alcohol and urged them to finish the entire bottle, according to lawyers representing the the family of Foltz, who died after three days in the hospital.

“Without question,” the attorneys said of the autopsy results, “he died as a result of a college fraternity induction ritual.”


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