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World College gymnast dies following training accident in Connecticut

01:40  13 november  2019
01:40  13 november  2019 Source:   nbcnews.com

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A college gymnast died Sunday, two days after she sustained a serious injury during gymnastics training at Southern Connecticut State University. She died at Yale New Haven Hospital. Southern Connecticut State University, where Coleman was a junior nursing student, confirmed her death in a

Southern connecticut state university. US college gymnast Melanie Coleman, 20, died of spinal injuries two days after an accident in training . Tom Alberti, who coached Coleman and her two older sisters, both of whom are nurses, at New Era Gymnastics in Hamden, Connecticut , said.

a woman smiling for the camera: Melanie Coleman© SCSU Athletics Melanie Coleman A college gymnast died Sunday, two days after she sustained a serious injury during gymnastics training at Southern Connecticut State University.

Melanie Coleman, 20, of Milford, was practicing on the bars when she suffered a spinal cord injury, according to the Connecticut Post. She died at Yale New Haven Hospital.

Southern Connecticut State University, where Coleman was a junior nursing student, confirmed her death in a statement Sunday.

a young boy swimming in a body of water© Provided by Local News RSS EN-US "Her coaches and professors describe Melanie as a special young woman, who excelled both in the classroom and in the gym," University President Joe Bertolino said." "Our deepest sympathies are extended to her family and friends on this tragic loss."

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(AP) — A college gymnast from Connecticut has died following a training accident . Officials at Southern Connecticut State University say 20-year-old Melanie Coleman died Sunday at Yale New Haven Hospital, two days after suffering a spinal cord injury during practice.

NEW HAVEN - A former Connecticut all-state gymnast died Sunday following an accident two days earlier while practicing at Southern Connecticut State University. Melanie Coleman, who was All-State and captain of the Jonathan Law High School gymnastic team, suffered a spinal cord injury while

Bertolino said free and confidential counseling services would be available at the university by appointment.

a couple of people posing for the camera© Provided by Local News RSS EN-US Coleman was a former All State gymnast at Jonathan Law High School in Milford.

"This has been devastating to her coaches and teammates and we hope to support them in this very difficult time," said Jay Moran, Southern Connecticut State University's director of athletics. "Melanie was a very bright student, an excellent athlete and involved member of the Southern Connecticut community. The entire Southern athletics family is greatly saddened by her loss."

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