STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (KDKA) — Investigators say a teenager who died last month at an off-campus fraternity house near Penn State inhaled nitrous oxide.

According to our sister station CBS Philadelphia, 17-year-old John Schoenig’s death was ruled an accident by the Centre County Coroner’s Office.

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Authorities say the laughing gas stopped Schoenig’s heart.

The Centre Daily Times reports Schoenig, of Erie, went into cardiac arrest and responders couldn’t revive him.

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The house was used by the Chi Phi fraternity. Penn State suspended the Alpha Delta chapter while they investigate.

The teen was not a Penn State student.

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