AFTER Ivana Trump died, the New York City street where she lived was blocked off as her body was removed from her townhouse.
Donald Trump’s first wife – and mother to three of the former president’s kids – was found dead at the bottom of a staircase in her seven-story Upper East Side home.
The 73-year-old Trump family matriarch has lived at 10 East 64th St. for more than three decades.
The NYC Office of the Chief Medical Examiner revealed Friday that the cause of Ivana’s death was blunt impact injuries to the torso sustained as the result of a fall.
The manner of death has been ruled as an accident.
Photos uncovered by The Sun show the 1924 home’s extravagant luxurious interior, which featured her signature leopard room and spiral staircase draped by a red carpet.
But the beauty inside the home was a stark contrast to the reality unfolding outside Thursday afternoon, when 5th and Madison avenues were shut down while officials removed Ms Trump’s body.
Angelo Colavito, who works as a private security guard in the building across the street, was one of the few people who saw the gloomy scene.
“I was saddened seeing the truck back up into her building,” Colavito said Friday morning.
“The police did their jobs and covered up with the umbrellas and everything, but it was tough. I’ll never see or talk to her again.”
Colavito got to know Ms Trump over