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Job Corps death investigation

Police are investigating the death of a student at the Montgomery Jobs Corps Center.  The federally funded center provides job training and G.E.D classes.

Police investigators say 24 year old Larry Hardaway's roommates attempted to wake him up about noon on Saturday.  When they couldn't rouse him, they called paramedics to the campus on Air Base Boulevard.  They examined Hardaway and said he was dead.

Police say no foul play was involved, but forensic toxicology reports could take up to three months to process to determine the exact cause of death.

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