Student dies at Western Kentucky University fraternity house

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Written By Maya Cantina
  • Officers received a call on Wednesday just before midday at the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity house in Bowling Green, Kentucky 
  • Pictures captured at the scene show the police response to the off-campus fraternity home 
  • The university confirmed that no foul play is suspected in the death at the house 

Police are investigating following a death in a fraternity house at Western Kentucky University. 

Officers received a call on Wednesday just before midday at the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity house in Bowling Green, Kentucky. 

Pictures captured at the scene show the police response to the off-campus fraternity home.  

Jace Lux, university spokesperson, confirmed the death and encouraged students to seek support if they are affected by this loss.

Officers received a call on Wednesday just before midday at the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity house in Bowling Green, Kentucky

A university spokesperson confirmed the death and encouraged students to seek support if they are affected by this loss

A university spokesperson confirmed the death and encouraged students to seek support if they are affected by this loss

The statement from the University said: ‘We have been made aware of a student death that occurred in an off-campus fraternity house. Police continue to investigate, but no foul play is suspected at this time. 

‘WKU is working directly with students who may be most affected by this loss, but we encourage any students in need of counseling to seek support from the WKU.

‘We extend our deepest condolences to the student’s family, loved ones and friends.’

According to a Bowling Green Daily News report from 2017, a 58-year-old previously died at the home. 

Police at the time said that the fraternity had been allowing in to stay in the house while he was experiencing family difficulties.  

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