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A man is said to have jumped to death from the top of the Roger Smith Hotel

Man, 21, orders a drink and then jumps to death in his 16-story rooftop bar in Manhattan

  • A man was beaten to death from a 16-storey hotel bar in Manhattan, New York
  • The 21-year-old had just ordered a drink when witnesses saw him jump
  • He was sentenced to death on Tuesday evening just after 9.30 p.m.
  • The identity of the man has yet to be released
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A man is said to have jumped to death from a 16-storey Manhattan bar on the roof.

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The unknown man from Cambridge, Massachusetts, was killed after jumping out of the Roger Smith Hotel on Tuesday evening.

The 21-year-old allegedly ordered a drink before leaping out of Henry & # 39; s Rooftop Bar around 9:30 PM.

He was declared dead on the spot.

A man is said to have jumped to death from the top of the Roger Smith Hotel

The 21-year-old allegedly ordered a drink before he jumped out of the building around 9:30 PM

The 21-year-old allegedly ordered a drink before he jumped out of the building around 9:30 PM

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A man is said to have jumped to death from the top of the Roger Smith Hotel (photo)

The 21-year-old reportedly ordered a drink before he left Henry & # 39; s Rooftop Bar (photo) around 9:30 PM.

The 21-year-old reportedly ordered a drink before he left Henry & # 39; s Rooftop Bar (photo) around 9:30 PM.

The 21-year-old reportedly ordered a drink before he left Henry & # 39; s Rooftop Bar (photo) around 9:30 PM.

& # 39; He sat down at the bar, ordered a drink, and then just jumped & # 39 ;, a hotel employee told The Daily News.

& # 39; He has not even touched his drink. & # 39;

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According to the employee, the man was not a guest at the hotel.

Witness Talita, a 48-year-old woman who had a date at the time, told The New York Post: & We were all sitting at the rooftop bar and he was just running and jumping. & # 39;

Witness Talita, a 48-year-old woman who had a date at the time, told The New York Post: & We all sat at the rooftop bar and he just ran and he jumped & # 39;

Witness Talita, a 48-year-old woman who had a date at the time, told The New York Post: & We all sat at the rooftop bar and he just ran and he jumped & # 39;

Witness Talita, a 48-year-old woman who had a date at the time, told The New York Post: & We all sat at the rooftop bar and he just ran and he jumped & # 39;

& # 39; I looked at the lady who was sitting at the first table and said: & # 39; he just jumped! & # 39;

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47th street west of 3rd Avenue was closed after the incident, as well as Lexington Avenue in both directions.

The identity of the man has yet to be released, after notification of the family.

If you or someone you know is at risk of suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

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