Autopsy finds no sign of foul play for frat student's death at motel

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CAMDENTON, Mo. - Camden County sheriff's detectives say an autopsy on Monday found no sign of foul play for the death of a University of Iowa freshman. He died after becoming unconscious at a lakeside resort motel at Camden on the Lake, at the end of Horsehoe Bend Parkway, west of Lake Ozark.

Someone found Kamil Jackowski, 19, of Arlington Heights, Ill., unconscious in the motel about 7 a.m. Sunday. Paramedics took him to the hospital in Osage Beach but doctors could not revive him.

Camden County sheriff's Lt. Arlyne Page says Jackowski was attending a fraternity event.

Page says toxicology tests after the autopsy may take between six and eight weeks. She said, until the toxicology results are received, no further information can be provided as to the cause of death.

The Arklington Heights Daily Herald reports Jackowski was in Missouri for a Sigma Chi fraternity formal, and that University of Iowa fraternity and sorority leaders announced Monday they are indefinitely banning alcohol from all official events.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.