St Albans teenager dies at the University of Gloucestershire
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An 18-year old student from St Albans has died on the University of Gloucestershire campus.
Joshua Farraway died on Wednesday, October 4.
A university spokeswoman said: “It is with deep sadness that we confirm that a student has passed away.
“This is a very sad time for students and staff at the university.
“The welfare of our students is our immediate priority and our Student Services team are providing ongoing support.
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“Our thoughts are with the student’s family and friends at this very sad time.”
A police spokesperson confirmed an 18-year-old male student died at Gloucestershire University’s Pittville Campus in Cheltenham on Wednesday October 4. Police were called just before 8pm.
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The circumstances of the man’s death are not suspicious.
Several of Josh’s friends have posted tributes to him on social media.
Nesh Arkhal posted: “I do believe someone like you is in a better place.
“Josh Farraway was a kind considerate person.”
An inquest has been opened into his death, with the next hearing scheduled for the new year.