Controversial sculpture in downtown Indy to be removed

INDIANAPOLIS -- A controversial sculpture in downtown Indianapolis will be removed after several people says it reminded them of a tragic event.

The sculpture is a man upside down with his hands on the ground and legs in the air. It supposed to show a man break-dancing.

But one group of people is reminded of something entirely different.

An 18-year-old Purdue student fell to his death outside of the same apartments.

While the complex says the artwork was designed before the death.

It would be relocated to somewhere else.

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