Woman falls to death from balcony

fletcher

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No video = meh.

Poor lady.
 

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One of my former apartments had a balcony and I was on the 40th floor. It was a modern building and I know it was solid but I'd never put all my weight against it. I just know too much about buildings and their weaknesses.

That being said: dumb, naive broad.
 

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"It sounded like a 200-pound punch," said Sara Shubert, who lives in Rosoff's building.

Rosoff was pronounced dead at the scene, police and witnesses said.

The man Rosoff had been with ran outside repeatedly screaming, "Oh my God," according to a witness.
I think it's still within the window of fuckability.
 

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Moments before her fall, Rosoff had propped her leg up on the railing to stretch when it gave way, sources said.
"You know, you shouldn't do that," said her companion, who met Rosoff for the first time that night after talking online, according to sources.
She was getting the high hard one and got creative.
 

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She didn't fall to death, she landed to death.












































































 

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Just met her online? Sounds fishy...
My friends are convinced that I'll be killed by some boy throwing me off my balcony falling almost 50 flights to my death... If not that scenario they think I'll be hit by a bus (or car) when I'm on my daily run ...
 

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At least she quit smoking
 

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Yeah, I know it's a reach
 
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At least this one got rid of a lawyer:

Garry Hoy (1955 – 9 July 1993) was a lawyer for the law firm of Holden Day Wilson in Toronto. He is best known for the circumstances of his death; in an attempt to prove to a group of prospective articling students that the glass in the Toronto-Dominion Centre was unbreakable, he threw himself through a glass wall on the 24th story and fell to his death after the window frame gave way.[1][2]

He had apparently performed this stunt many times in the past, having previously bounced harmlessly off the glass. The event occurred in a small boardroom adjacent to a boardroom where a reception was being held for new articling students. Hoy was a noted and respected corporate and securities law specialist in Toronto. He was a professional engineer, having completed his engineering degree before studying law. He was a highly respected philanthropic member of the Toronto Asian community.



Three of the Toronto-Dominion Centre's towers: (left to right) the Ernst & Young Tower, TD Bank Tower, and TD North Tower. Hoy fell from the TD Bank Tower (called the Toronto Dominion Bank Tower in 1993).

In the words of Toronto Police Service Detective Mike Stowell:
"At this Friday night party, Mr. Hoy did it again and bounced off the glass the first time. However, he did it a second time and this time crashed right through the middle of the glass."​

In another interview, the firm's spokesman mentioned that the glass in fact did not break, but popped out of its frame, leading to Hoy's fatal plunge.

Hoy's death contributed to the closing of Holden Day Wilson in 1996, at the time the largest law firm closure in Canada.[3]
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My friends are convinced that I'll be killed by some boy throwing me off my balcony falling almost 50 flights to my death... If not that scenario they think I'll be hit by a bus (or car) when I'm on my daily run ...
I would have gone with the HIV but I know that is becoming much more treatable these days.
 

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It's not the fall that kills ya.

It's the sudden stop.




















Eh?
 

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The building is 80 years old. I'd blame the DOB and building management at this point.

More than likely the property management company is to blame using sub-standard materials to save a few bucks.
 

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More than likely the property management company is to blame using sub-standard materials to save a few bucks.
Looking at the pics, it seems like its a pieced-together railing. Give me a solid, welded railing FTW.
 

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Looking at the pics, it seems like its a pieced-together railing. Give me a solid, welded railing FTW.

Yep, the whole thing looked like a quick fix jimmy rigged pile of shite. From the pictures I saw it appears to be the only one constructed that shite way.