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Association Saddened By Students’ Death

The Otago University Students’ Association (OUSA) is saddened by the tragic news of a student’s death on Baldwin Street last night.

“The Association sends its sympathies to the student’s friends and family,” said Ms Verrall, OUSA President.

“In particular OUSA has offered support to friends of the student who must come to terms with the accident as the academic year begins,’ said Ms Verrall.

The circumstances surrounding the accident are being investigated by the North Dunedin Police.

ENDS

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Ayesha Verrall, OUSA President
Ph: 03 479 5332
Cell: 021 345 368

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