On 21 September, an incident occured in a shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur where a man fell down from the top floor of the building. The 42-year-old man died instantly after the fall.
According to Oriental Daily, the incident took place at 11pm on Sunday evening. The victim was found wearing only a pair of shorts.
The Ampang Jaya Police District Director, Assistant Superintendent Noazmi, said that the police rushed to the scene after receiving a report from a security guard at the mall.
After an autopsy by the hospital, the man was confirmed to have suffered from cardiac arrest caused by multiple traumas. Noazmi also said;
“The deceased was wearing shorts, but not a shirt. The deceased had blood on his head and both hands were broken.”
After further investigations, the police confirmed that there were no criminal elements involved in the incident. They classified it as a sudden death case.
Our sincere condolences for the family of the deceased man. Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
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