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UPDATE: Ferris State Student Out of Hospital; Man Confesses To Supplying Alcohol

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A Ferris State  University student found unconscious in a snow bank in February is now out of the hospital.

Nicholas Suttles suffered severe hypothermia after leaving a party where police believe Suttles had been drinking, and eventually stumbled into the snow bank on his way home.

Robert Calangelo turned himself in for giving alcohol to the 18 year old.

The case is now in the hands of the Mecosta County Prosecutor.

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The Ferris State University student found unconscious in a snow bank is slowly recovering in a downstate hospital.

Nicholas Suttles suffered severe hypothermia after spending about five hours in the snow on Feb. 15.

His condition has been upgraded from critical to serious condition as he continues to recover.

Police say Suttles was coming home from a party without a coat and believe he had been drinking when he stumbled into the snow bank.

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