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Medical History Could Be A Factor In UMES Grad Student Death

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PRINCESS ANNE, Md. - The death of a 34-year-old UMES grad student may have been medical-related.

A spokesman for Maryland State Police say they are still waiting on toxicology reports, but they feel Kevin Green's death may have been heart-related. Police say they are looking at prior health records that indicate he may have had heart problems, and there are still no signs of foul play.

Green's body was reportedly found in his apartment by a friend after he did not show up to classes the day before.

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