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The parents of a 17-year-old boy in intensive care still have questions after viewing the surveillance video of his three-story fall from a balcony at McKinley Technical High School in northeast D.C.
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Keon Blake’s parents were joined by police and Councilman Harry Thomas at the school to view the video, only two frames of which caught the McKinley senior’s1 fall, News4’s Derrick Ward reported.


Keon fell not far from where a school dance was being held Friday.

The boy’s father said Keon is doing better but remains in intensive care.

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