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Man Washing Windows at the National Museum of the American Indian fell 50 Feet and Died
WASHINGTON.-A man washing windows at the National Museum of the American Indian fell 50 feet and died. A spokesman for The D.C. Fire Department sais they reeived a call and sent rescuers on Thursday. It had not been determined wether tha man's harness broke or if it was engaged in a correct manner before starting his job.

The man has not been identified by the authorities. The spokesman stated that the man who fell was in his 30s and was hired by a contractor serving the Smithsonian.







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