CAMPUS CRIME: Penn State Student Suffers Head Trauma in Frat Incident

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Penn State Hazing

State College Police are looking into an incident at a fraternity in which an unidentified student ended up being rushed to a nearby hospital with severe head trauma.

Police investigators said a Penn State student was the victim of an assault between the hours of midnight and 2 a.m. last Saturday at the Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity house. The unidentified 19-year-old lived in the house. A fight broke out Saturday night after the victim asked a group of people to leave the house. An unidentified male punched the victim in the face and knocked him to the ground. Police did not divulge any further information about what exactly may have caused his head trauma or if that simple attack was enough to cause such severe damage.

The trauma was serious enough that he had to be transported to the hospital for treatment. The State College newspaper described the attack and the victim’s head trauma as “significant” while quoting a police spokesperson. Police are trying to find the person or people responsible for the attack and are asking for the public’s help by calling the State College Police or filing an anonymous tip through the police department’s website. The victim is currently being treated at Penn State Hershey Medical Center. His medical condition is unknown as this time.

WE ARE…probably going to get in trouble for this but this doesn’t surprise us. Penn State fans always struck us (no pun intended) as a little weird. Their fans are like some kind of crazy farm league for the Pennsylvania Eagles.

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