Hypothermia faulted in death of Franklin Student

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There is no confirmation recommending unfairness in the demise of a 20-year-old Duke University understudy whose body was found in the forested areas in Franklin after specialists propelled a thorough, multi-day look, authorities said.
Hypothermia faulted in death of Franklin understudy 

Michael J. Doherty kicked the bucket from hypothermia conveyed on by delayed introduction to the icy, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner declared yesterday.

Doherty's body was found May 20, almost seven days after he disappeared while strolling home in a rainstorm from a gathering close to his family's home.

"We discover no confirmation of treachery in Mr. Doherty's passing," Norfolk District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey said in an announcement. "Our contemplations are especially with the Doherty family as they lament Michael and survive this sad time."

Doherty was found in a thickly lush range close Interstate 495 in Franklin, about a quarter-mile from the gathering he had gone to the earlier week.

"The Franklin Police, state police and territorial law requirement saved no exertion in hunting down Michael, and the bigger Franklin people group was excellent in its support of those endeavors and his family," Morrissey said. "We as a whole wish the aftereffect of that exertion had been distinctive."

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