Woman fatally falls from top of high-rise building after arguing with husband

NEW YORK CITY, NY – A 35-year-old woman identified as Alina Page tragically fell from the rooftop of an Upper East Side luxury building in New York City on Thursday, law enforcement sources have revealed. Alina plummeted from the roof on the 36th floor of The Brittany following an alleged heated argument with her husband, Brian Page, about her drinking habits. Despite reports, Brian claimed he was not at home when the incident occurred.

Alina, who leaves behind two children, was discovered in the vicinity of York Avenue and East 92nd Street around 6:45 p.m. on Thursday, with injuries indicating a fall. Upon being taken to the New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell hospital, she was declared to be in critical condition. However, she later succumbed to her injuries.

The Page family resided in The Brittany, an upscale living facility known for its exclusive features, including a private shuttle service to the subway every half an hour. The affluent building, recognized for its breathtaking panoramic views of the East and Harlem rivers, is situated near Gracie Mansion.

Alina, a Russian native, and Brian Page were nearing their 16th wedding anniversary, just 11 days away at the time of the tragic episode. Their “big family” was well-known amongst the inhabitants of The Brittany building, sources confirmed.

While it is not officially confirmed as a suicide, residents express the improbability of an accidental fall given the building’s robust safety precautions. According to a tenant, the rooftop railing measures around 4 feet in height while the windows can only be cracked open, adhering to child- and pet-safe standards.