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Visible from inside Notre Dame’s football stadium, the mosaic mural colloquially named “Touchdown Jesus” appears to mirror the raised arms of a referee signaling a score. Muting this celebratory gesture was tragedy on the University of Notre Dame campus on October 27th. On that day, 20-year-old student Declan Sullivan fell from a hydraulic lift while filming the football team’s practice. The day brought freakish weather, including winds exceeding 50 miles per hour.  A gust toppled the portable hydraulic lift that Sullivan had climbed. It was his last ascent. 

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