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Monday, 23 May 2011

Khalifa Bridge suicide: The world's Tallest Building Half the jump Ended

A crane is seen on the top half of the Burj Khalifa tower in Dubai, May 10, 2011. A man threw himself off the world's tallest building in Dubai, its developer said, plummeting to his death in the first suicide from Burj Khalifa tower. The man, believed to be in his twenties and of South Asian background, jumped from the 147th floor of the 828-meter (2,717 feet) skyscraper and landed on a terrace on the 108th floor, local daily The National reported, but those details were not confirmed by the building's developer. REUTERS

In the first documented suicide jump from the Burj Khalifa, a man jumped to his death on Tuesday. The 828 meter tall skyscraper in Dubai is the tallest structure in the world.

The man did not fall all the way though - 147th floor after jumping from 108th floor, he landed on a deck, because the top layers of Skyscraper to be built in what is slimmer. Otherwise they record for the longest suicide jump seat can have. Local media in Dubai between them, Gulf News reported the event and said that his company man commits suicide after quarrel with. Tower 160 usable 124th and 122nd floor of stories on a total, most of them observing deck and the world's largest hotel, is, respectively.


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