If you grew up in the ’80s or ’90s, chances are that you know and love Tetris. Those hypnotic falling blocks blended perfectly with that catchy theme song to create a video gaming experience that’s impossible to forget!
Well, one lucky fan got to experience Tetris for real when an actual pile of bricks fell 120 feet from a nearby construction site and instantly killed him. That’s right, Detroit-area businessman Mark Sunresi was casually walking to an Amtrak station on his way home from work Wednesday when he experienced this totally awesome throwback!
In his final moments, he must have had all the feels as a literal blast from the past came out of nowhere to remind him of those days when you’d get out of school, head straight to the arcade (remember those?!), and let the Tetris marathon begin!
A service in Mr. Sunresi’s memory will be held at the Giles-Wilcrest Chapel Funeral Home this Saturday, August 2, at 2 p.m.