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Indiana University Freshman Rachael Fiege, 19, Dies After Falling At Party-8/26/13

Rachael Fiege, 19

College freshman, 19, dies after tumbling down stairs at alcohol-fueled party and friends didn't call an ambulance for SEVEN HOURS because they thought she was sleeping-8/26/13

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Parents of Rachael Fiege won't cast blame in death of IU student-8/28/13


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Racheal lost her life after falling down a basement stairway during a party two days after arriving on campus for classes.  Fellow students at was reported to be an “alcohol fueled” party waited six hours prior to calling for assistance.  While reports have not confirmed whether Rachel was intoxicated or even drinking, the students’ apparent acceptance of an unconscious peer for six hours similarly demonstrates a lack of concern over such a condition during an “alcohol fueled” party.

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