BEMIDJI -- A BSU student was transported to Sanford Medical Center Fargo after being found outside in the cold Sunday morning.
The student has been identified as Hannah Rolschau, according to Scott Faust, BSU director of communications and marketing. Rolschau is a second-year education major.
“The university’s primary focus at this point is Hannah’s welfare and her family and her recovery,” Faust said.
Sanford Medical Center Fargo confirmed Rolschau was a patient Monday afternoon. A status update on her condition was not released at the request of Rolschau's family.
Bemidji Police Chief Mike Mastin said the incident is currently a medical call and under investigation. Mastin did not comment on the woman's identity and said the department would not be releasing any details at this time.
According to police records, the Bemidji Police Department and Bemidji Fire Department responded to a medical emergency call on the 1600 block of Calihan Avenue Northeast at 9:27 a.m. Sunday morning. Bemidji firefighters, who respond to medical emergencies, were on scene until 10:08 a.m.
On Dec. 10, a BSU nursing student was found breathing but unconscious in Bemidji. She was walking to her dorm from a house party, fell in a creek and was transported to the Sanford Bemidji Medical Center where she later was pronounced dead from hypothermia.