Man Climbs Down After Reaching Top of 222-Foot Cellphone Tower in Hialeah - NBC 6 South Florida

Man Climbs Down After Reaching Top of 222-Foot Cellphone Tower in Hialeah

Man spent hours on top of tower become climbing down to safety

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    Man Climbs Down After Scaling Cellphone Tower in Hialeah

    A man climbs down after scaling a cellphone tower in Hialeah and staying on top for hours.

    (Published Friday, Oct. 19, 2018)

    Police and fire rescue crews responded after a man climbed a cellphone tower in Hialeah Friday.

    The incident happened at the tower in the area of W. 45th Place and Palm Avenue.

    Footage showed the man, later identified as 58-year-old Pablo Perez, using a rope to move higher up the tower as police closed off nearby streets.

    Perez eventually reached the top and was seen laying down and speaking on a phone. Records showed the tower is 222 feet tall.

    RAW: Man Climbs Down From Hialeah Cellphone Tower

    [MI] RAW: Man Climbs Down From Hialeah Cellphone Tower

    After several hours, a man climbs down from a cellphone tower in Hialeah.

    (Published Friday, Oct. 19, 2018)

    Hialeah Police officials said crisis negotiators responded to speak with Perez, who lives in the area. His family was also at the scene trying to bring a safe end to the incident. 

    After several hours on the tower, Perez climbed down to safety.

    No other information was immediately known.

    Man Climbs Cellphone Tower in Hialeah

    [MI] Man Climbs Cellphone Tower in Hialeah

    Police responded after a man climbed a cellphone tower in Hialeah.

    (Published Friday, Oct. 19, 2018)

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