Man falls to his death from office building on Jalan Sultan Ismail


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 03 Jan 2019

KUALA LUMPUR: A man died after falling from an office building on Jalan Sultan Ismail on Thursday (Jan 3) afternoon.

"Police received word of the incident after a MERS 999 call came in today (Thursday) at around 6pm. The caller said that the victim had fallen from the Central Plaza building along Jalan Sultan Ismail. 

"Interviews with friends and colleagues revealed that the victim showed no noticeable change in behaviour. One said that the victim was last seen during breakfast and appeared fine," said Dang Wangi OCPD Asst Comm Shaharuddin Abdullah when contacted. 

The police do not suspect any foul play in the death, however, investigations are still ongoing.

A post-mortem would also be conducted.

Those in need of a sympathetic ear can call Befrienders in the Klang Valley (03-7956 8145) and Penang (04-281 5161/281 1108). They can also e-mail sam@befrienders.org.my.

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