Many drunks actually drown themselves in their own blood, according to Dr. Michael A. Laongo, who gave a slide-talk on legal medicine last night in Langdell Hall. The drunks fall, break open their faces, and lie in a stupor while their blood seeps into their luags and asphyxiates them, Luongo said.
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