(Updated at 3:10 p.m.) A woman has died after falling from the top of a building in Ballston.
Initial reports suggest that the individual, currently believed to be female, jumped from the top of the Randolph Towers apartment building, at 4001 9th Street N., and landed on a car parked in front of the 9th Street side of the building.
A witness tells ARLnow.com that a man was inside the vehicle when the woman landed on it. He was unhurt but ran out of the vehicle, distraught, we’re told. The vehicle has diplomatic license plates.
The woman left several bags on the roof of the building, according to police radio traffic. Police are investigating the incident as a probable suicide.
A man died after jumping or falling from Randolph Towers in April 2011.
If you or someone you know is experiencing thoughts of suicide, help is a phone call away. Call CrisisLink at 703-527-4077.
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