Woman leaps off a shopping mall in Miri, suffers injuries

Miri Civil Defence personnels treating a woman who was said to have leaped off the upper floor of Bintang Megamall Miri. -Civil Defence Unit pic

MIRI: A woman suffered serious bodily injuries after she was said to have leapt off from the upper floor of a shopping mall in the city centre.

Members of the public said the incident occurred at around 10.15am on Tuesday (Nov 3).

They claimed to see her jumping off from a ledge about 10m high.

Miri Civil Defence Unit chief Kpt Usman Harto said they received an emergency alert from the public that a woman had fallen off the Bintang Megamall.

He said personnel were at the scene and found a woman sprawled on the cement pavement outside the shopping mall.

"She was in a semi-conscious state with serious wounds on both of her legs. We rushed her to Miri Hospital.

"There was no identification documents found on her. She is estimated to be in her 20s," he said.

Kpt Usman said the case has been referred to the police for investigation.

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