Lee hails Identified As Missing Lehigh University Student Body Found at Lehigh River

Lee hails Identified As Missing Lehigh University Student Body Found at Lehigh River

The identity of the man discovered in the Lehigh River last week has been confirmed by the Northampton County Coroner’s Office as a Lehigh University student who had been reported missing.

On May 19, the coroner’s office was summoned to the river near the Easton city line. According to the coroner’s office, the man discovered has been identified as Daniel Lee, who had been reported missing to the Lehigh University Police Department on January 20th.

According to the coroner’s office, the manner of death was ruled suicide and the cause of death was determined to be drowning.

A second-year engineering student named Lee hails from New Jersey.

According to a message sent out to the university community by President Joseph J. Helble, Lehigh University representatives have been in contact with Daniel’s family. The President also expressed his thoughts and sincerest condolences to Daniel’s family, friends, and loved ones.

Addressing mental health and well-being struggles is a challenging topic that the community must openly and directly confront. Lehigh University offers counseling services and resources for students, faculty, and staff who may be experiencing a mental health crisis or emotional distress.

Additionally, off-campus support is available through MySSP. Individuals in need of support can contact the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline through various means, including dialing or texting 988 or accessing chat services at suicidepreventionlifeline.org.

The speaker urged individuals who may be grappling with mental health issues to seek assistance, as people unite to provide mutual aid.

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