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Interview: UNR Student Recounts The Night Of Partying That Put Her In A Coma | KUNR

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Hanna Lottritz is a journalism student at the University of Nevada, Reno and she recently wrote an essay that has gone viral. It’s called “Why I won’t be taking shots on my 21st birthday” and it candidly shares the story of how Hanna ended up in a coma after a night of drinking in Yerington.

Hanna stopped by KUNR to talk with our news director Michelle Billman about what happened.

While out with a group of friends at the Night In The Country Music Festival in Yerington last summer, Hanna joined in on a drinking contest.

“We were chugging from a bottle of whiskey, and then, I have no memory after that,” she says.

A friend saw Hanna collapse and realized that she was having difficulty breathing. That friend quickly got Hanna help by taking her to the festival’s medical tent.

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