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Autopsy report: ASU student drowned in Salt River

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The medical examiner has released the autopsy report for the ASU student who was found in the Salt River.

According to the autopsy report, Jack Culolias died of asphyxia due to drowning. The report also said 19-year-old Culolias had a blood alcohol level of 0.28 and that there was pseudoephedrine and marijuana in his system.

Culolias was at a fraternity party at Cadillac Ranch at Tempe Marketplace on Nov. 30. Documents show he was escorted out of the bar for urinating off a balcony.

He was reported missing and his body was found several days later in the nearby river.

[Related: Report: Cadillac Ranch broke liquor laws before ASU student's death]

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