Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Jewish Doctor jumps to his death

A popular Jewish doctor committed suicide for an unknown reason, according to press reports in New York City.

The Manhattan doctor jumped 30 floors to his death from his Upper East Side, Manhattan, high-rise apartment in an apparent suicide, police and witnesses said.

The body of Doctor Sheldon Steinbach, 68, who was an anesthesiologist, crashed into a second-floor balcony of the building, at 246 East 63rd Street, in the morning.

"I heard a big bang and we looked out and I saw the docotr. His body just exploded," an eyewitness who lives two floors above where the doctor landed, said.

"A doorman later told us that a woman was looking for her husband," the witness said.
"The police had already covered the body at that time. The doorman however, put two and two together," the witness added.

Police do not suspect any criminality.
The personal description in his twitter account said: "I am an anesthesiologist in New York, and I'm having a good day. I love aerobic activities and music."

Steinbach spent much of his career in New York, studying medicine at New York Medical College in Valhalla in 1968 and completed his training at Staten Island University Hospital and New York Presbyterian Hospital, state records showed. 


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