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ASSOCIATED PRESS A suite where a 2-year-old boy fell from is photographed before a basketball game between Los Angeles Clippers and the New Orleans Hornets in Los Angeles, Monday, Nov. 22, 2010. The family of Lucas Anthony Tang was posing for pictures in a luxury suite high inside Staples Center when he managed to scale a clear safety barrier and fell about 30 feet to his death, police said on Monday.
Photo by: Jae C. Hong
ASSOCIATED PRESS A suite where a 2-year-old boy fell from is photographed before a basketball game between Los Angeles Clippers and the New Orleans Hornets in Los Angeles, Monday, Nov. 22, 2010. The family of Lucas Anthony Tang was posing for pictures in a luxury suite high inside Staples Center when he managed to scale a clear safety barrier and fell about 30 feet to his death, police said on Monday.

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