Nicole John, daughter of US ambassador to Thailand Eric John, dies after falling at high-rise party

New York Daily NewsNicole John, daughter of US ambassador to Thailand, plunges to death from high ...New York Daily NewsThe 17-year-old daughter of the US Ambassador to Thailand plunged to her death from a Midtown luxury high-rise early Friday, the Daily News has learned. Nicole John fell out of a 25th story window of ...Officials: Ambassador's daughter dies in NYC fallThe Associated PressDaughter of US Ambassador Dies in Plunge From Midtown High-Rise: ReportNBC New YorkTeenage Daughter Of US Ambassador Falls To Death In MidtownNY1Gothamist -MyFox Tampa Bayall 102 news articles »

Senh: Sad. Don't party too hard. And don't consume too much alcohol, especially when you're in a tall building.

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