This is just devastating!
The Star reported that a 41-year-old man just committed suicide inside a car at the Miri Hospital compound. The tragic incident took place on 23 April 2019 at around 10pm.
It was reported that the man took his own life by using “exhaust fumes from his own car to gas himself to death”. Miri police chief Asst Comm Lim Meng Seah said,
“The man took (a) video of himself inside the car as he was about to commit suicide and sent it to his wife. The police rushed to the scene after being alerted. It was the son who found the man inside the car.”
The police found that the car was locked from the inside. Therefore, they had to open the door using force. According to Asst Comm Lim, after the police’s investigation, they concluded that it was a suicide case as they found no foul play in the case.
At the time of writing, the police revealed that the body will still be sent for a post-mortem, so we should keep our eyes peeled for further information on this matter.
Hopefully, the police will quickly find a conclusion to this matter and we extend our deepest condolences to the man’s family and friends.
That said, you can always reach out to Befrienders KL if you’re going through a hard time and need some help to cope with it. You can also call them for emotional support at no charge at 603-79568145!
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