A tragic accident has claimed the life of a sprinter from Texas, Cameron Burrell.

The 26-year-old former NCAA Division I champion was found dead on Monday.

He was found with a fatal gunshot wound to the head.

He was the son of former Olympic gold medalist Leroy and a three-time national champion.

The cause of death is still unknown.

According to police, it may be a suicide. The investigation into Burrell’s death is ongoing.

The University of Houston, which Cameron attended, has publicly announced the death of Cameron Burrell.

Upon hearing of his death, the school has released a statement stating that he committed suicide.

The university has also issued an official statement regarding the circumstances surrounding Burrell’s death.

A report by TMZ says the athlete’s cause of passing was a gunshot wound to the head.

The news is very heartbreaking for his family and friends.

Cameron Burrell’s cause of death was not immediately known.

He died from a gunshot wound to the head.

His parents are both Olympians and Top Chef stars. The tragic incident has prompted the university to announce that Cameron Burrell’s cause of death was suicide.

While the cause of death remains unclear, the family has released a statement stating that the athlete had a history of mental illness.

A gunshot wound to the head is the cause of death for Burrell, who had been suffering from depression.

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