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Yale University junior Cameron Dabaghi, 21, got a running start and scrambled over a ten-foot-high spiked fence before leaping off the ledge. Dabaghi left a suicide note in his dorm room in New Haven, Connecticut, a police source said. Yale University junior Cameron Dabaghi, 21, got a running start and scrambled over a ten-foot-high spiked fence before leaping to his death. He apologised for turning to suicide and wrote he planned to jump from either the George Washington Bridge or the Empire State. There were seven people on the building's observation deck when Dabaghi climbed the safety barrier, police said. The most recent was a year-old woman who worked at a clothing store in the landmark skyscraper. She fell from a 39th floor window and landed on a 25th floor balcony where she died in January last year.
By Amanda Woods. December 11, pm Updated December 12, pm. A daredevil plummeted to his death during a risky stunt near the top of a story building in China, according to new reports. But when he tried to hoist himself back up, he struggled for a few moments before losing his grip and plummeting down the side of the building. Authorities describe the fatal fall as an accident and have ruled out foul play, according to the report.