ME: Hypothermia before drowning cause of college student's death

The autopsy results for the Westchester college student killed after a night of partying upstate show that he did not have drugs in his system at the time of death.

Alexander Grant, of Briarcliff Manor, was found by police in an icy creek in Saratoga Springs back in March. Police say Grant wandered away from a party and was last seen alive on a surveillance tape breaking into a medical office.

The official cause of death was hypothermia before drowning.

Body of missing Briarcliff Manor teen found in upstate creek

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