Borneo Post Online
KUCHING (Nov 21): The 30-year-old man who fell from the third floor of a shopping mall here earlier today succumbed to his injuries at the Sarawak General Hospital.
Kuching district police chief ACP Awang Din Awang Gani in a statement today said the case has been classified as sudden death as no criminal evidence was found.
“The deceased according to his family members was suffering from mental illness and had undergone treatment at the Sentosa Hospital in the past,” said Awang Din.
The deceased, he said, suffered a broken left leg and internal head injuries from the fall.
Police who interviewed witnesses in the area revealed that the deceased looked depressed before the tragic incident.
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