Fourteen-year-old boy falls to his death from school roof

By JTA
April 5, 2013 17:43

 
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A 14-year-old boy was found after falling to his death in the yard of his school in the Israeli West Bank settlement of Alfei Menashe.

The caretaker of Tzofei Hasharon junior high school found the boy’s body early on Friday morning and called an ambulance, the news site NRG reported.

According to online edition of the Israeli daily Haaretz, police believe the boy committed suicide by plunging to his death from the roof of the four-storey building of his school.

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