Grade 10 Student Dies Over Alleged Hazing from Fraternity in Negros Occidental
An 18-year-old Grade 10 student dies after allegedly being involved in a hazing from his fraternity in San Enrique, Negross Occidental.
The student died on September 9 but only reported to the San Enrique Municipal Police Station that his death was due to hazing, according to P/Lt. Sammy Gasataya, deputy chief of the San Enrique Municipal Police Station. Three of these pals reportedly solicited the student to join the fraternity in March 2021.
It was also subjected to initiation at the time, but when it was revealed that it was 17 years old and not yet of legal age, the process was discontinued. On September 3, it celebrated its 18th birthday, with three recruits from the fraternity in attendance.
The mother also told the cops that they continued to drink from 10:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. When it arrived at 12:00 a.m., friends blindfolded him and drove him to an unknown location, where the hazing occurred, but his parents were unaware.
On September 4, the student returned home early in the morning. According to the mother, they have noticed that something else appears to be wrong with their child, but have yet to report it.
The ache he was experiencing had become slightly worse by the time he complained of it on September 8. They merely compressed the subject, supposing the fever was normal.
The student’s situation worsened on September 9th, and it was there revealed that he had been involved in hazing. On the same day, at 6 a.m., the student died. According to Gasataya, the man had a hematoma in the bruise, in which his muscles had already deteriorated and the blood had reached his kidney, where he died.
The suspects who recruited the student are currently under investigation, but they deny the allegations. Gasataya also urged parents to encourage their children not to participate in groups. He also appeals to the public that if a similar activity is taking place notify the San Enrique Municipal Police Station.
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