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    Mystery Death @ Redondo/405 Overpass As Man Jumps, Slips...Or Is Pushed Off Overpass; Coroner Is Investigating

    (July 4, 2003) -- Officials are investigating a mysterious July 4th death in which a man either jumped, or slipped...or was pushed off the 405 freeway overpass at Redondo Ave.

    He died on the street below.

    Details are sketchy as we post.

    The death took place where the 405 freeway crosses over Redondo Ave. between Willow and Spring Streets.

    July 4/03 Redondo/405 death
    Photo credit: Wayne Chaney, LBFD

    LBPD Public Information Officer Paul LeBaron tells witnesses reported seeing the man falling from overpass...but police have not confirmed how he came to fall. It is presently unclear whether this man's death was a suicide...or he slipped...or was pushed.

    The L.A. County Coroner's office is investigating.

    LBPD did notice an interesting factoid: the man left his car parked on the overpass...and left his dog in the car.

    Further to follow as newsworthy.

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