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Surveillance video shows the moment a woman plunged through a sidewalk access door in Plainfield, New Jersey, because she was distracted by her phone. Authorities say the 67-year-old woman appeared to be texting when she tripped over an open access door and plunged six feet into the basement of a window pane store. Acme Windows via Storyful
Surveillance video shows the moment a woman plunged through a sidewalk access door in Plainfield, New Jersey, because she was distracted by her phone. Authorities say the 67-year-old woman appeared to be texting when she tripped over an open access door and plunged six feet into the basement of a window pane store. Acme Windows via Storyful

While taking a walk she checked her phone. Suddenly she fell six feet.

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