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issued a blog post entitled "A Moment of Silence" on Thursday to acknowledge the death."We regret that this has occurred and want to respect the privacy of the broadcaster and his family during this time," Michael Seibel, the CEO of the site, said in a statement issued to "Mental illnesses, like depression and bipolar disease, are not temporary situations.It is something that victims live with and battle with privately." Investigators won't know for several weeks, when blood toxicology test results are available, whether Biggs also ingested other drugs, Crane said.We’ll keep you updated as we continue our transition into a winter pattern. Only after police arrived to find Abraham Biggs dead in his father's bed did the Web feed stop Wednesday - 12 hours after the 19-year-old Broward College student first declared on a Web site that he hated himself and planned to die."It didn't have to be," said the victim's sister, Rosalind Bigg.Bloggers then spent the next 12 hours trying to figure out whether to call authorities, Crane said. "Finally, somebody notified a monitor, who got his information from the sign-up, and then they contacted the local authorities." Biggs' family was infuriated that no one acted sooner to save him, neither the viewers nor the Web site that hosted the live video,
A message posted to his final My Space blog by his mother Friday mentioned a history of mental illness.
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10am – Sunday, November 5 // We picked up 4 inches of new snowfall at the summit over the past 48 hours.
The temperatures will continue to remain cold in the 20’s and 30’s this week with our next chance of snowfall later this week and through the month with forecast models trending toward a cold and stormy November.
college student who killed himself live on the Internet says they are horrified his life ended before a virtual audience, and infuriated that viewers of the live webcam or operators of the Web site that hosted it didn't act sooner to save him.