Just moments before he leapt to his death Blosil, who suffered from severe depression, sent a text to a friend with whom he was supposed to have spent the evening saying he left a note for her in his apartment.
When the woman, also a resident of the Met apartment building, arrived at Michael’s eight-floor apartment, Blosil’s roomates –who were unaware of a problem – let her in.
They found the note in which Michael wrote of being incredibly unhappy. He also talked about “things he would be doing for the very last time,” and called the woman “his only good friend in L.A.”
Within moments of reading the disturbing note, Blosil’s friend and roomate heard sirens and saw emergency vehicles on the street outside the apartment building.
The Los Angeles City Fire Department responded a 911 call reporting the suicide at 9:24 p.m. According to fire department spokesman Shawn Lenske, “We were dispatched … for an extreme fall, which is categorized as greater than 30 feet. The person had fallen from a 15-story building. The person was [dead on arrival].”
An autopsy is scheduled for Sunday and the LAPD is conducting an investigation.