Columbia, South Carolina (WIS)-Richland County Coroner Naida Rutherford (Naida Rutherford) released new details of Michael Keen’s death.
According to reports, Keen disappeared on Monday, and his body was found near the Vulcan Materials quarry later that day.
According to the coroner, Keane’s death was ruled as an accident, and there is no indication that his death was a suicide.
According to officials, Keane’s body was found less than a mile from where he reported missing.
The cause of death has not yet been announced.
The Colombian Police Department reported that an unidentified body was found while searching for a missing UofSC student in a quarry near the Vulcan Materials quarry not far from the Olympia-Granby area.
The officials said they painted a picture on Sunday, but painted a deeper picture on Monday afternoon; at that time, the officials found Keene’s body.
UofSC interim chairman Harris Pastides expressed condolences to the family of Michael Keen, whose body was confirmed on Tuesday morning.
Pastides said: “It is always painful to lose a family member in Carolina, and we know that some of you may want to seek support during this difficult time.”
Vulcan Materials issued a statement, some of which read:
The situation regarding this tragedy is under investigation, so I will refer you to the police investigator for specific information about this incident. We make every effort to operate this website in a safe manner. We use fences, warning signs, berms and barbed wire to keep people out and warn them of danger. In some areas, we have two rows of fences with barbed wire. The buffer zone around the site is naturally wooded and allowed to grow densely to further prevent illegal intrusion. No one should walk in here without supervision and proper training.
On Monday, Michael Keen’s family was at the scene of CPD and CPD Victim Services.
Keen’s father heard from him for the last time after walking home from the J’s Corner restaurant and bar on Sunday.
Coroner Nida Rutherford said: “We express our condolences and prayers for Michael’s family, the families of the University of Southern California, and all those affected by this tragedy.” “Michael is expected to graduate from college in the next three weeks.”
Last year, the body of a missing UofSC student Sam Laundon was found in a quarry.
UofSC officials encourage anyone affected by Keen’s death to seek support from mental health services.
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