No Foul Play Suspected in Death of MSU Student
While East Lansing Police continue their investigation into the death of a 20 year old Michigan State University student, friends of the woman gathered on Sunday to honor her memory.
The MSU State News is reporting today that a vigil was held to allow members of Morgan McGregor's sorority and others to mourn her loss.
The accounting senior was found unresponsive Saturday afternoon at a home in the 300 block of Grove Street. She was pronounced dead a short time later.
The article indicates Morgan's mother said her daughter had a history of heart problems and had a pacemaker.
The death was shocking to family and friends who said Morgan recently celebrated feeling stronger physically by posting a picture on Twitter of an ultrasound of her heart taken in 2013 with the caption "One year ago today! #happy and # healthy."
While the police investigation is not yet complete, family members say they do not suspect foul play and that Morgan did not harm herself. They believe her heart just gave out.
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