Woman dies after jumping off Round Tower in Copenhagen

Police unsure how many people witnessed the tragic event

A woman lost her life a short time ago today after committing suicide by jumping off the iconic Copenhagen landmark the Round Tower.

According to the police, the woman climbed over the protective fencing and leapt to her death. No one else was injured.

The police have yet to ascertain how many people witnessed the episode.

A similar situation took place back in 2008 when a woman jumped off the tower in front of some 25 people.





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