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Teenage student found dead in lake after drinking

What Happened
Person overboard/swept away/fell in the water
What Caused
Human factor
Casualty type/Qty
Causal Factors
Not recorded
Injury Details
Accident suspected

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Description of Incident
Anthony Soh, 18, had been celebrating with friends from London's Imperial College to mark the end of term before disappearing, an inquest heard yesterday. The first year mechanical engineering student was last seen outside the university's student union bar Metric on March 22 this year after telling friends he wanted to go back to his halls of residence. When he failed to turn up to lectures the next morning police were informed and a search began. His desperate family and friends launched a massive hunt, as well as starting Facebook groups, to find the student. His body was dragged from the Serpentine boating lake in Hyde Park several weeks later after a mother and child on a pedalo raised the alarm. Related LinksYou might like:Eight million gallons of water drained from reservoir after man urinates in it19 Jun 2011(Telegraph News)Student died in pub crawl drink 'challenge'10 Jun 2011(Telegraph News)Mahmoud Ahmadinejad revealed to have Jewish past09 Jun 2011(Telegraph News) From the WebFORM THE WEB:Keep working and stay young24 Apr 2011(BankRate.com)Tooth Loss May Spur Memory Loss20 Jan 2011(OurAlzheimer's.com)4 Restaurants Where You'll Never, Ever, Get a Table09 Jun 2011(The Daily Meal)[what's this]Speaking at the Westminster Coroners' Court yesterday, Anthony Foon Lum Tsoi, a coursemate who had been out with him that night, said he had drunk at least four pints, left the pub and was never seen again. Mr Tsoi told the inquest:
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