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Man Jumps To Death At Imperial Palace

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Jan/17/2011

(Associated Press) - Police are calling the death of a man in a fall outside a Las Vegas Strip hotel an apparent suicide.

Las Vegas police Lt. Patrick Charone tells the Las Vegas Sun the man died in the fall between 1 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. Monday outside the Imperial Palace.

Charone says the body fell several stories before landing in a courtyard between the Imperial Palace and Harrah's Las Vegas towers.

The Review-Journal reported the case looked like a suicide.

The man's name wasn't immediately made public.

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