An Ohio State student from Westfield, New Jersey, died on school spring break last week.
The cause of death of Henri Michock was not immediately revealed, nor was his whereabouts at the time of his death. He studied finance at university.
His death came shortly after it was reported that University of Georgia student Lisa Burke had suffered a brain hemorrhage while on vacation in Mexico. Now he is on the mend.
Miko's devastated sister Ellie wrote a sweet tribute to him on Instagram.
He wrote in a private message: "Brother, I can't believe it." "Words cannot describe how much I miss you. It hurts to breathe without you. You are a very special soul who will live forever. The most beautiful boy inside and out. He will have a smile like yours."
The Post has reached out to Michuk's parents, Will and Colin, for comment.
"The Ohio State community has suffered a tragic loss, and we send our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Henry Micock," the university said in a statement. "Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this particularly difficult time."
Classes will resume at OSU on Monday.
Meacock will graduate from Westfield High School in 2021, according to a Facebook post from his sons' football team, of which he was a member before committing to Ohio State.
"Our football family is devastated by this terrible news… Please keep the Micook family in your prayers… We send our love and deepest condolences," the team wrote on Facebook.
A recent report says that Lisa Burke is "making progress in her recovery" after returning to the United States.
The North Carolina native was airlifted to Mayo Clinic Florida in Jacksonville on Wednesday after suffering an unexpected arteriovenous malformation that led to a brain hemorrhage on Friday.
At the time, she was celebrating her final spring break in Cabo San Lucas with friends.
Burke's mother, Laura McKitten, told WSB-TV that her daughter, who has been placed on life support, is now using only painkillers and no longer needs a pacemaker.
McKeithen said the pressure in Burke's brain also stabilized.
The student was having breakfast with friends in Cabo San Lucas when she "complained of a headache" and got up from the table in her room, according to a GoFundMe page set up by relatives.
"A few hours later, her friends called a doctor because they couldn't wake her up," the page says. Burke is quickly put on life support.
Spring Break has been pretty brutal this year, especially in Miami Beach, where two people were shot and killed Friday night, one of whom was killed.
Miami Beach police said two men were killed near Seventh Street and Ocean Drive around 10:41 p.m., the Miami Herald reported Saturday.
Both were taken to the Ryder Casualty Center where one of them died. Police said the second victim was in critical condition. Miami Beach police said a suspect was arrested at the scene and three handguns were recovered. It was not immediately clear if the shooter was arrested.
Miami Beach police officers, who traditionally patrol the area during spring break, lunged at the sound of gunfire as pedestrians streamed onto the sidewalks and ran to safety on Ocean Drive.
It is not yet known whether any of the spring workers were involved in the shooting or were injured.
During the 2021 and 2022 spring break, the city declared a state of emergency and imposed a curfew after shootings, street brawls, stampedes, and indecent exposure terrified local residents.
The Herald reported on Saturday that there will be no curfew after Friday's shooting.