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.

Suicide

Suicide is the act of taking one’s own life by intentional self-harm or self-inflicted injury. Non-fatal self-inflicted injuries are more common, and not all self-inflicted injuries are suicide attempts. In 2019, among Florida residents, there were 3,465 suicides and another 12,514 hospitalizations for non-fatal self-inflicted injuries.

Suicide affects all ages. It is the second leading cause of death for people ages 10-34, the fourth leading cause among people ages 34-54, and the fifth leading cause among people ages 45-54. Some groups have higher suicide rates than others. Suicide rates vary by race/ethnicity, age, and other factors. The highest rates are among American Indian/Alaska Native and non-Hispanic White populations.

If you are feeling suicidal or in emotional distress: Please call or text the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988 or reach out through chat by visiting 988lifeline.org/chat. Veterans can call 988 and press 1.

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

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