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The Allegheny County medical examiner's office identified the man as 19-year-old Joseph Kimutis, of McDonald. He had been rushed to a hospital after smashing through a window at the Peterson Events Center on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh on Wednesday night. He fell about 30 feet, officials said. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported that Kimutis had attended the event with his father. Pittsburgh police are checking on a report that Kimutis got down in a football stance, yelled "hike," and then charged toward a double-paned window. Wikileaks. NPR : National Public Radio : News & Analysis, World, US, Music & Arts. Kansas City News, Events, Restaurants, Music. Kansas City News, Missouri News and Local Weather from KCTV 5 News. Kansas City's Best Source for News, Weather, Sports & More.

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