A 17-year-old British schoolgirl who died while on a school trip to New York has been named by police.
A New York Police spokeswoman told Bristol Live there were "no signs of trauma and no criminality was suspected".
"The medical examiner [coroner] will determine the cause of death and the investigation is ongoing," she said.
Her family has been notified.
In a statement, the Bristol Grammar School headmaster Jaideep Barot said everyone at the school was devastated and support was being provided for those affected.
"We have opened a book of condolence and we will consider further remembrance with the family's support in the New Year," he added.
The students had been on a trip to New York and Washington DC.
The fee-paying school, which was founded in 1532, has more than 1,300 students aged four to 18.
A Foreign Office spokesman said on Monday night: “We are talking with the US authorities and are providing support to the family.”