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On Friday 91611 I attended the SWAT teams alcohol awareness program called Dying for a drink This even was just one of the many events that they had planned all week to educate students about college life and the responsibilities that come along with new gained freedom The event centered around one of the hallmarks of any college students experience parties Its purpose was to educate students on how to party smarter and to know the risks of heavy alcohol use so that they may not wind up dead or in jail because of an easily avoidable mistakeThe event opened up with a skit of the typical college party There were drunks guys hitting on girls and drinking games gallor One the right side was a young freshman enjoying a night with his friends This was apparently his first time drinking and he had had a large amount of alcohol for someone so inexperienced At the end of the party his friends went off to Taco Bell to grab some food almost drunk driving no less and left him on the couch passed out and vomiting to allow him to sleep off his drunken stupor Little did they know that he was suffering from alcohol poisoning and instead of sleeping it off he was choking on his own vomit They tried saving their friend but by the time he had received any sort of medical attention he was already dead Unfortunately his death had to serve as a lesson for many students on the effects of too much alcohol consumption Literally in an instant he was dead According to medical reports his friends could have saved him in an instant if they had acted sooner and recognized the signs of alcohol poisoningThe opening skit was based on a true story that happened at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Scott Krueger was the freshman who died This was a bright young man with a promising
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