Man falls to death in French Hill stairwell

By JONAH MANDEL
November 30, 2010 18:45

 
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A man in his late sixties fell to his death in the stairwell of a residential building in the capital's Rehov Hahagana.

According to police, the deceased was in the building to look at an apartment in the French Hill neighborhood with his daughter. After exiting the elevator, the man apparently slipped and fell down the fourth-floor stairwell. A Magen David Adom intensive care unit pronounced his death on the scene.

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