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Author Topic: Mourning The Sudden Passing Of Local Hockey Player Ryan Trefz  (Read 19470 times)

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Updated 12:45pm 6/24/2019
SEPTA officials have released new information suggesting the young man had fallen from the platform moments before the next inbound arrival. How or why is still unknown.

The body of Ryan Trefz, believed to have been struck by a SEPTA train, was found on the tracks of the Market-Frankford Line early Saturday morning around 3am. Trefz, 21 was a 3rd year player, captain and vice president of the Temple University men's ice hockey team. He graduated CB West High School in 2016 and played his youth hockey locally at Hatfield Ice for the Hatfield Ice Dogs. Details still remain unclear as to the circumstances surrounding what happened. Based on review of train and station surveillance videos, no foul play is suspected, but it had not yet been established if he entered the track area intentionally or if he fell. He appeared to have been alone. The body was transported to the Medical Examiner’s office to perform an autopsy to determine cause of death. As more information becomes available we will update the story.


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Fundraiser by Lisa Suter Goodson : Ryan Trefz Memorial Fund


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Re: Mourning The Sudden Passing Of Local Hockey Player Ryan Trefz
« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2019, 07:36:17 PM »
Great person player and teammate we'll miss you buddy RIP. :'(

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Re: Mourning The Sudden Passing Of Local Hockey Player Ryan Trefz
« Reply #2 on: June 23, 2019, 07:51:27 PM »
2nd that! Dude had the heart of a lion and an awesome hockey player to boot. RIP you'll definitely be missed RT.

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Re: Mourning The Sudden Passing Of Local Hockey Player Ryan Trefz
« Reply #3 on: June 24, 2019, 04:00:35 PM »
I just saw this on facebook and I'm shocked. I just talked to Trefzy the other night I'm at a lost for words.

 

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