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Autopsy: Villanova Student Died From Alcohol Poisoning

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PHILADELPHIA -

Alcohol poisoning has been ruled the cause in the August death of a Villanova student, according to an autopsy report.

FOX 29 previously reported 18-year-old Kinara Patel, a sophomore, was found dead in her dorm room early Aug. 29 after a night out with friends in Bryn Mawr.

The Delaware County Medical Examiner performed the autopsy.

Patel was from northern New Jersey. A memorial mass was held in her honor on Villanova's campus.

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