Syracuse University Student Found At Hotel Edison #TimesSquareNYC

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More tests are needed to pinpoint what caused the death of a 21-year-old college student who was found dead in a Times Square hotel following a night out with friends, officials said Sunday.

An autopsy was conducted to determine how Sabrina Cammock, of Queens, died, but the “cause and manner of death are pending further studies,” said Julie Bolcer, a spokeswoman for the medical examiner’s office.

She declined to specify what additional testing is needed.

A senior on spring break, Cammock was discovered in her bed at the Hotel Edison on W. 47th St. about 9:20 a.m. Saturday. She was sharing the room with a group of friends when she died, a police source said.

There were no signs of trauma on Cammock’s body, police sources said.

Police said there were no signs of trauma on Cammock’s body, and no drugs were found in the room to suggest an overdose, officials said.MARK LENNIHAN/APPolice said there were no signs of trauma on Cammock’s body, and no drugs were found in the room to suggest an overdose, officials said.

Police said there were no signs of trauma on Cammock’s body, and no drugs were found in the room to suggest an overdose, officials said.

No drugs were found in the room to suggest an overdose, officials said.

Cammock’s stunned and grieving family gathered at their Saint Albans home Sunday but declined to comment.

Cammock was studying public health at Syracuse University’s David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics and was a member of the women’s track and field team.

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