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Ugandan working in US falls to death
Publish Date: Mar 22, 2014
Ugandan working in US falls to death
The Ugandan worker is said to have fallen down an elevator shaft to his death. (Picture for representation purposes only/AFP/Getty Images)
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BOSTON - A Ugandan immigrant working as an elevator operator in the US city of Boston has fallen to his death, according to media reports.

Police were on Friday yet to identify the name of the man who plunged several feet down an elevator shaft, the New York Daily News reported online.

According to reports, a source said the victim’s family – including several children – live in Uganda.

He is said to have fallen 30 feet to his death at around 10am (5pm Ugandan time) on Friday, according to the Boston Fire Department.

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