Thomas Magill

September 2, 2010 by USA Post 

Thomas Magill, A New York man miraculously still alive, although seriously wounded, after making a jump from 39 floors of a Manhattan skyscraper.

Thomas Magill, 22, underwent surgery for two broken legs on Tuesday night after landing on the roof of a Dodge parked in the street.

Thomas Magill Sr., father of the man, said his son was stable.

The jump was an apparent suicide attempt. Witnesses said Magill Jr. was bothered by leg injuries after landing on the vehicle, the impact of sending his shoes flying off his feet.

Guy McCormack, a construction worker in New Jersey and the owner of the vehicle, found the beads in the wreckage that belonged to Magill Jr. McCormack said he believed that the accounts that saved the life of Magill Jr. ‘s.

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