Suicide Med For Depression 08/04/2010 New York First Suicide at Brooklyn's Tallest Building: Woman Jumps to her Death
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Paragraph five reads: "Diaz added that Paek reportedly suffered from clinical depression, and that she was on medication."
First suicide at Brooklyn’s tallest buildingBy Stephen Brown
The Brooklyn Paper
A woman jumped to her death from roof of the Brooklyner the borough’s tallest building last week, police said.
Thirty-year-old Jennifer Paek plummeted from the roof of the 51-story building on Lawrence Street between Willoughby Street and Myrtle Avenue in Downtown and landed on the seventh-floor terrace of the Metrotech office building next door at around 12:55 pm.
She was dead on the spot.
NYPD spokeswoman Mindy Diaz said that the dead woman lived on the 18th floor of the distinctive tower with her husband and had left suicide notes in their apartment.
Diaz added that Paek reportedly suffered from clinical depression, and that she was on medication.
The tragic suicide is likely the first of its kind for the Brooklyner, which opened early this year.
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