New Zealand student found dead in university halls after two months

The physique of a student has been found at a New Zealand university, as much as two months after he died.

The stays had been found on the University of Canterbury, in town of Christchurch, after different residents seen a odor coming from his room.

The sufferer has not been named. But due to the size of time the physique was in the room, a police Disaster Victim Identification workforce was wanted to establish him, local media report.

The explanation for demise stays unclear. The university stated it was “devastated” by the demise of the first-year student.

“Despite the comprehensive pastoral care programmes in place, for us it is inconceivable to imagine how these circumstances could have occurred,” Vice-Chancellor Cheryl de la Rey stated in a press release.

The incident is being examined by a coroner.

New Zealand’s Education Minister Chris Hipkins stated he “expects the university to conduct a thorough investigation”.

“If you’re going into a hall of residence or hostel you’re paying a top dollar for not just a roof over your head but also for the pastoral care that goes with that. I think that clearly that has not been present in this case.”