The National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. was evacuated Saturday, November 23 after a man fell to his death from the fourth floor railing.
Gwendolyn Crump, communications director for the Washington, D.C. Police Department told USA Today that the man’s identity was not known.
According to Leonda Levchuk, a public affairs officer, the museum was evacuated after the adult male fell, around 4:15 p.m.
Spokesman John Gibbons told USA Today that the museum remained closed Saturday while the incident was investigated. Gibbons also said a security official initially reported that the man jumped, but the investigation is still ongoing.
The museum reopened for normal operating hours on Sunday, November 24.