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Man Dies After Jumping from USC Parking Structure

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An unidentified man died this morning after jumping from a parking structure on the USC campus.

The man is thought to have jumped at about 7:15 a.m., according to the Los Angeles Police Department, who have been investigating the incident.

The jump took place from Parking Structure D, which is located near 34th and Figueroa Streets.

The structure re-opened at around 10:40 this morning following the end of the investigation on-site, according to the USC Transportation Twitter account.

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