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Police don't know if man fell or jumped from Windsor Hotel

AMERICUS, GA (WALB) -

Americus police aren't sure why a man who fell or jumped from thetop of the Windsor Hotel was there in the first place.

Police spotted Bradley Singleton climbing the roof of the historichotel in downtown Americus Saturday.

Singleton went to a closedpart of the third floor, took the elevator and more stairs to the fourth floor,where he used a table to climb out a window.

Officials say no alcohol was in hissystem.  

"He was from Dawson,he was 23. Why is still undetermined. The assumption can be made that it wasintentional getting out there. Now, if he fell or jump is to be determined,"said Laralee Bernstein.

Singleton wasn't seriously hurt. He was treated for minor injuriesand released from the hospital the same night. Police did not charge him withany crime. 

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