Why University of Washington student Carly Henley died is still unknown. But here's what we do know so far. Around 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, a witness walking through a parking lot behind the Phi Delta Theta fraternity spotted Henley's body. Calling 911, the witness told police that Henley appeared to be dead and may have fallen through a hole.
Today, the UW's student paper added some more specifics, reporting that the 20-year-old was actually found in a stairwell. Either way, Henley's cause of death has not been determined yet.
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