Jennifer Rosoff plunged to her death after the railing of her 17th-floor Manhattan apartment balcony gave way, police said.
Friends and family console each other at Gutterman's
Friends and family console each other at Gutterman's Funeral Home in Woodbury after the funeral for Jennifer Rosoff, 35, who fell from the 17th floor balcony at 400 East 57th Street, Manhattan last week. (Aug. 4, 2013) (Credit: Howard Schnapp)
Jennifer Rosoff, 35, seen in an undated photo,
Jennifer Rosoff, 35, seen in an undated photo, plunged to her death after the railing on her 17th-floor Manhattan balcony gave way, police said. She went outside for a cigarette around 12:50 a.m. when she either sat on the railing or leaned on it. (Credit: Pinterest)
Jennifer Rosoff was on a first date when
Jennifer Rosoff was on a first date when the balcony she was leaning on gave way and she fell to her death, police said. (Aug. 1, 2013) (Credit: Craig Ruttle)

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Police say Jennifer Rosoff plunged to her death
Police say Jennifer Rosoff plunged to her death after the railing of her 17th-floor Manhattan apartment balcony gave way. (Aug. 1, 2013) (Credit: DNAinfo/Alan Neuhauser)
A sign on the front door of 400
A sign on the front door of 400 East 57th St. says the building has been vacated after police said Jennifer Rosoff fell to her death from a balcony. (Aug. 1, 2013) (Credit: Craig Ruttle)
The gray brick high-rise building at 400 E.
The gray brick high-rise building at 400 E. 57th St. on Manhattan's Upper East Side was built before World War II, the AP said. Only the higher-floor corner apartments have balconies, and the Department of Buildings ordered them off limits until further inspections are conducted. (Aug. 1, 2013) (Credit: Craig Ruttle)