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A fraternity at Penn State is facing charges over a woman's alcohol consumption at the frat house. The Centre Daily Times reports the 19 year old woman was taken to a hospital November 11th for alcohol overdose treatment after police found her outside Alpha Sigma Phi. They say she was being held up by two friends as she went in and out of consciousness. In a later interview, she told police she went to the frat party on her birthday and was served about five vodka drinks. Alpha Sigma Phi was charged with misdemeanor furnishing liquor to certain persons and misdemeanor selling or furnishing liquor to minors. A message seeking comment from the fraternity's headquarters wasn't immediately returned. The charges come months after 19 year old Timothy Piazza of Lebanon, New Jersey died during a night of hazing at the Beta Theta Pi house at the university. Twenty six people face charges in his February death.