A 17-year-old young lady from Bristol Grammar School who kicked the bucket while on a school outing to New York has been named by police.
Anastasia Uglow, from the Redland territory of Bristol, was discovered “inert and oblivious” at the Holiday Inn Express lodging on 19 December.
A New York Police representative said there were “no indications of injury and no guiltiness was suspected”.
“The medicinal analyst [coroner] will decide the reason for death and the examination is progressing,” she said.
Her family has been informed.
Understudies from Bristol Grammar School were out traveling to New York and Washington DC
The 6th structure understudy was taken to Mount Sinai medical clinic, where she was articulated dead.
In an announcement, the school’s dean Jaideep Barot said everybody at the school was crushed and support was being accommodated those influenced.
“We have opened a book of sympathy and we will think about further recognition with the family’s help in the New Year,” he included.
The understudies had been out traveling to New York and Washington DC.
The charge paying school, which was established in 1532, has in excess of 1,300 understudies matured four to 18.