USA: Student of Indian origin found dead in college campus lake
A body of a female classmate of 21-year-old Indian descent has been retrieved from a lake on the grounds of a major university in the U.S. state of Indiana.
Annrose Jerry, an amazing musician, had been a student at Notre Dame University. She has been going to miss since January 21, reports CBS Minnesota.
Jerry, who seems to have family members and friends in Kerala, was top of her Blaine High School class.
The officials released a silver warning Thursday, claiming she was in grave danger.
Notre Dame News, the corporate communications agency at the university, said in a tweet, “Jerry had been missing since Tuesday evening, so Notre Dame police scoured the campus and followed several tips in an effort to find her.”
Public safety personnel on Friday found her body in a pond on campus. Jerry was publicly identified by St. Joseph County Coroner Michael J McGann.
McGann stated there were no obvious signs of trauma found by external body tests.
“Devastated. Very dismayed. … She was definitely one of the best students in my class,” WNDU channel quoted Phil McCown who teaches Jerry as saying biochemistry.
Jerry was described in her obituary as a skilled musician, with competence in playing an instrument. She often performed the flute for Folk Choir at her university.
“Annrose was a beautiful, clever, powerful, loving, warm hearted-hearted comrade and she’ll be so deeply missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her families and loved ones,” Nore Dam Folk Choir University said in a Facebook posting.
This year, Jerry went to college and was going to start dental education.
Local media reports claimed Jerry may have died after falling into the water by mistake.