Boy falls to his death from school roof
A 15-year-decayed boy died Tuesday night after he hew down down a shaft from the enclose in a house of a Brooklyn school building, officials and family said.
Nick Gryak was atop Roy H. Mann Junior High School without ceasing East 68th St. near Veterans Ave. in Mill Basin with a group of friends when he tumbled along the course of the shaft about 10:20 p.m., officials and clan said.
Nick plummeted five floors to the lowest story, where he got stuck in the pinnacle, sources said. He died at the exhibition.
The group of teens scrambled distant from the roof and ran to a nearby home to designate 911, friends said.
Emergency workers responded minutes later and were lull trying to pull Nick’s visible form from the shaft well after midnight.
Locals uttered the school’s roof has be appropriate to a hangout for neighborhood teens subsequently to the school has been under building. The teens climb to the rise above by using the scaffolding.
“He’s a agreeable kid,” said friend Sal Mignano, 16. “He didn’t be entitled to this. He was with kids who even-handed do stupid things.”
It was not immediately conspicuous what Nick, a sophomore at James Madison High School, was doing under the jurisdiction the fatal fall.
About 200 population, mostly sobbing teens, gathered in the road after hearing news of Nick’s end of life.