Autopsy: UND student found in rail yard died of blood loss
GRAND FORKS - The UND student found dead in March in the rail yard here died of blood loss after his right arm got tangled up in a train and torn off, according to a police report and autopsy results.
Blake Christopher Ayling, 20, also had a blood alcohol content of .287, the report said.
Dr. Mary Ann Sens at the UND Department of Pathology conducted the autopsy.
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