Student at Long Beach State killed in Paris terror attacks

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LONG BEACH, Calif. — A California State University spokesman says a 23-year-old student who was studying abroad was killed in the Paris terror attacks.

Michael Uhlenkamp said Saturday that Nohemi Gonzalez was a junior studying design at California State University, Long Beach.

She was on a university exchange program at Strate College of Design in France.

The university was notified of her death by French school officials and confirmed the death with her parents.

Uhlenkamp says he did not know the details of her death.

The school president issued a statement saying she was saddened by the death of Gonzalez.

Gonzales was an El Monte resident.

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