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Police rule out foul play in Exeter teen's death
EXETER — Police have ruled out foul play in the death of a 16-year-old Exeter High School student found dead Tuesday morning.
Police and fire crews responded to a McKinley Street residence at 11:08 a.m. after receiving a report of an unconscious male, police said.
When emergency responders arrived, they found that the teenager had died inside the home, police said.
Authorities remained at the scene until 8 p.m. investigating the circumstances surrounding the death.
While the death remains under investigation, police said they have ruled out foul play.
Police notified Exeter High School officials about the death as the teenager was a student there. A crisis team was put into place at the school to help students and faculty, police said.
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