Andrew Dorogi, 21, was a defensive back for Amherst College’s football team, and he was found dead on the train tracks at a Mexico City subway station last month.
Unfortunately, for Dorogi, and his loved ones, there are still a ton of unanswered questions.
Originally, Dorogi’s death was unexplained.
According to ABC News, Mexico City authorities said that someone called Police to the tracks of the station to investigate a person in an unauthorized area.
The responding Officer found Dorogi on the tracks; however, Red Cross staff determined that Dorogi was already dead.
After an autopsy, the Mexico City Attorney General’s Office stated that Dorogi died from electrocution from the train tracks.
However, there seems to be some conflicting versions of the story coming out from Dorogi’s family.
Carolyn Martin, President of Amherst College, provided:
The cause of Andrew’s death is still unknown and under investigation…We know from his family that he did not die of suicide.
Amherst also confirmed that Dorogi was on spring break, but the school is unaware of how large the group was that he was in Mexico with on his trip.
Dorogi had accepted a position as an Investment Banker at Wells Fargo, and was slated to begin working in June.
Dorogi is survived by his two parents and his two sisters.
Flip the pages to see photos of where Dorogi’s body was found and pictures of Dorogi.