Student at Middlebury College pronounced dead after suffering ‘medical event’

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MIDDLEBURY — Authorities say a student at Middlebury College died early this morning.

The Middlebury Police Department says they received a call to assist with a student that was exhibiting unusual behavior at around 4:00 a.m.

The student was identified as 21-year-old William G. Nash, of San Anselmo, California.

It was determined that Nash was experiencing a medical event and CPR was performed on the student.

He was transported to Porter Hospital by Middlebury Regional Emergency Medical Services where he was pronounced dead.

An autopsy is pending and an investigation is currently ongoing, police say.

Middlebury College says that they plan to honor and celebrate Nash’s life at an on-campus memorial soon.

He was an economics major and a pole vaulter on the track team through his sophomore year.