NEW YORK (1010 WINS) – A Massachusetts college student from Rockland County died after choking at a hot dog eating contest over the weekend. Tufts University student Madelyn "Madie" Nicpon, 20, died at a Boston area hospital on Sunday, a day after she fell unconscious during a charity fundraiser off-campus, according to the Journal News.
A college student from the Hudson Valley has died from injuries in a hot dog eating contest on Saturday, Oct. 16.Rockland County resident Madie Nicpon, a 2019 graduate of Suffern High School, was a junior at Tufts University in Massachusetts. She fell unconscious during an off-campus charity fundra…
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A Tufts University student who recently graduated from a suburban New York high school died Sunday after choking during a hot dog eating contest. Madelyn “Madie” Nicpon, 20, a standout athlete and student leader for Suffern High School Class of 2019, died at a Boston hospital a day after she fell unconscious at an off-campus charity fundraiser, according to the Journal News.
SOMERVILLE, Mass. — A student-athlete at Tufts University choked to death during an eating contest that was being held for charity. A close friend told NewsCenter 5 that Madie Nicpon, a 20-year-old junior lacrosse player, choked during a hot dog eating contest held at an off-campus home on Sunday. She died of her injuries at Massachusetts General Hospital.
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A junior lacrosse player at Tufts University died Sunday after choking during a Saturday hot dog-eating contest meant to raise money for charity. Madie Nicpon, a 20-year-old biopsychology major, was participating in a “Play for Pink” breast cancer research fundraiser in a Somerville, Massachusetts, apartment off campus with other student athletes. She died at Massachusetts General Hospital. Roughly 3,000 students attended a candlelight vigil for her Sunday evening. A statement from the Tufts lacrosse team reads, “Madie will be remembered as a bright light, a social butterfly, an amazing teammate, a kind and generous person, a wonderful sister and daughter and a Jumbo that we can all aspire to emulate.” A GoFundMe set up to pay her family’s medical and funeral expenses has already raised more than $150,000.
A 20-year-old Tufts University lacrosse player has died ... after she tragically choked during a hot dog eating contest over the weekend. Madelyn "Madie" Nicpon -- a junior on the Jumbos' lax squad -- was participating in a competitive eating event off-campus on Saturday when something went horribly wrong. According...
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A Tufts University lacrosse player choked to death in a charity hot dog-eating contest over the weekend, according to reports. Madie Nicpon, a 20-year-old junior described by friends as a generous teammate who planned a career in medicine, was competing with other students in the “Play for Pink” breast cancer awareness fundraiser at an off-campus home in Somerville, Massachusetts, Saturday when the accident happened, a friend told NewsCenter 5.
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A 20-year-old student from the Tufts University of Massachusetts choked to death after participating in a hotdog eating competition last week.Madelyn “Madie” Nicpon was at an off-campus fundraiser where she participated in a hotdog eating contest on Saturday. Nicpon was rushed to a Boston hospital after she suddenly started choking and fell unconscious, Journal News reported. She died the next day.Nicpon was a student leader for Suffern High School Class of 2019 and an athlete. “A native of Suffern, New York, Madie was a biopsychology major, a member of the women’s lacrosse team, and an active member of our community,”...
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