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Tragic Mystery Unfolds: Visitor's Strange Behavior Ends in Fatal Plunge from Manhattan Gallery

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Over the weekend, a woman tragically fell from the rear of the Tribeca building.Photo byUnsplash

Sources have revealed that prior to her fatal plunge from a luxurious building in lower Manhattan over the weekend, a young woman exhibited peculiar behavior. The 23-year-old, who was visiting New York City from another location, tragically lost her life on Saturday.

According to a knowledgeable insider, the woman made a stop at the Bortolami art gallery, which occupies the first and second floors of the five-story building on Walker Street in Tribeca. However, instead of remaining in the gallery, she inexplicably ascended to the fourth floor and proceeded to hurl herself out of a window into the backyard.

"The woman's actions were erratic," stated the source to The Post. "She tore down the blinds, opened the window, and jumped."

Authorities discovered the woman unconscious shortly after 5 p.m. at 39 Walker Street. She was swiftly transported to Bellevue Hospital in critical condition but was later pronounced dead.

Several neighbors reported seeing a significant presence of police, firefighters, and emergency medical services at the scene, though few were aware of the precise details surrounding the incident.

According to the source, Saturdays are typically the gallery's busiest days. The gallery allows access to the hallway during operating hours, enabling movement between the first and second floors. However, visitors are strictly prohibited from accessing the fourth floor, which comprises high-end residential apartments with two-bedroom units listed in the $2.5 million range.

The source expressed deep shock and continued to grapple with the haunting thoughts of witnessing such a tragic event. "I couldn't sleep last night because I couldn't stop thinking about someone jumping," the source shared. "I'm still in disbelief."

If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts or experiencing a mental health crisis, please seek assistance. In New York City, you can call 1-888-NYC-WELL for free and confidential crisis counseling. If you reside outside the city, you can reach out to the 24/7 National Suicide Prevention hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or visit

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