BREAKING: Student found unresponsive outside Hughes-Trigg
Hanan Esaili and Lauren Aguirre contributed to this report.
UPDATE Oct. 17 4:40 p.m.:
According to SMU News and Communications, the student had a seizure Friday morning.
He was transported to a local health care facility by University Park emergency medical services.
The student has been treated and released.
Original story as published Oct. 17 12:35 p.m.:
Early this afternoon, a student was found unresponsive on a park bench outside of Hughes-Trigg Student Center.
The Dean on call notified emergency crews and they arrived on the scene around 11 a.m.
According to SMU News and Communications, the student was transported to a local health care facility, and the condition is unknown.
The Daily Campus will update you as more information comes in.