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27-Year-Old Woman Dead After Falling From 39th Place Building: NYPD

41-12 39th Place (google)

Aug. 28, 2018 By Christian Murray

A 27-year-old woman is dead after an apparent fall from a Sunnyside apartment building this afternoon, police said.

Police were called out to 41-12 39th Place at about 4:40 p.m. where they found the woman unconscious and unresponsive in front of the building.

The police determined that the victim’s death was caused by a fall. A spokesperson for the NYPD said the investigation is ongoing and that it is too early to conclude that it was a suicide.

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Yes, she was identified as a US citizen from another borough who was described as suffering from depression.


She was not from the area and had tried to get into another building on the same block first.


“The police determined that the victim’s death was caused by a fall” Thanks to the crime solving skills of Detective Assy McGee

Harry Vartan

The woman could have been killed before being thrown from the building, “Defective Sanchez.”

Sanchez "Assy McGee"

The people reading the police report don’t know how she died, genius. That’s why they need an official cause of death.


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