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71-year-old senior citizen falls to her death from overhead bridge

The police have classified the case as an unnatural death, and investigations are still ongoing.

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A 71-year-old fell to her death from an overhead bridge located between Blocks 125-128 Lorong Ah Soo, around 3pm yesterday (13 June). The police have classified the case as an unnatural death.

According to the woman’s grandniece who spoke to the Chinese daily, the deceased was unmarried. The senior citizen would visit some relatives at Block 128 regularly before returning home to her family.

Revealing that her family was concerned about the whereabouts of her grandaunt after she was supposed to have returned home yesterday, the granddaughter revealed that her family received the news of her grandaunt’s death around 8pm yesterday evening.

She told the publication: “Our family is still very shocked by this sudden situation.”

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Eyewitnesses who noticed police cars at the scene were shocked to discover what had happened. One of these witnesses who spoke to the publication added that the incident caused a traffic jam and motorists were advised to take an alternate route.

Police investigations are ongoing.

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