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Father Shares His Grief, Loss After Son Crushed By Manhattan Building Elevator

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Father Shares His Grief, Loss After Son Crushed By Manhattan Building Elevator

Father Shares His Grief, Loss After Son Crushed By Manhattan Building Elevator

On the day following a deadly elevator accident that killed a young tech salesman, the victim's father is talking about his grief and calling out the building for what he says was the killing his son.

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