Bed Bath and Beyond CFO dies at New York's Jenga Tower

police answered an emergency call and found a 52-year-elderly person dead close to the structure who seemed to experience the ill effects of a fall.

The police proclamation didn't give further subtleties on the conditions prompting Arnal's passing however added that the New York City Medical Examiner's Office will currently decide the reason for the casualty.

On Aug. 16, Arnal, sold 55,013 offers in the organization, Reuters' estimations showed in view of SEC filings.

Last week, Bed Bath and Beyond said it would shut down 150 stores, cut positions and update its promoting procedure trying to pivot its cash losing business.

Bed Bath & Beyond forecast a surprise 26% drop in same-store deals for the latter quarter and said it would keep its BuyBuy Baby business, which it had made available to be purchased.

The 60-story tower at 56 Leonard Street in Tribeca gets its name from how the lofts are stacked like blocks in the Jenga game.

(Announcing by Kanishka Singh in Washington and Akriti Sharma in Bengaluru; Editing by Lisa Shumaker and Deepa Babington)