FSU Student Death: Ashira Rabinowitz, Florida State University student died from water intoxication

FSU Student Death: Ashira Rabinowitz died from water intoxication – Florida State University

Ashira Rabinowitz Death – Ashira Rabinowitz, a student of Florida State University reportedly passed away on Monday, December 11th, 2023. According to sources, the student was pronounced dead as a result of water intoxication. An individual shared the details online in a statement that read “A delta gamma sister died after she experienced water intoxication. Her family made the choice to pull life support Monday.”

There are speculations that she took a drug which made her excessive thirsty and drank a ton of water. The tragic death left of the entire school community, students, and staffs devastated and sad.


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Ashira Rabinowitz’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.

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