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A woman fell from the 19th floor of the Interlace Condominium at Depot Road yesterday evening. It is believed that she is a Myanmar national who was working as a foreign domestic helper in Singapore.

SCDF officers were unable to rescue her.

At least three videos have been circulating online, showing the woman’s final moments. In two of the videos, the woman can be seen perched on the ledge of the 19th floor. In these videos, another lady attempts to dissuade the woman from jumping by asking her some questions. The woman who fell is responsive to the female speaker who can be heard repeatedly asking the woman, “Can you understand me?”

The third video captured the moment of impact and shocked screams from onlookers.

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The said videos have been circulating in several social media sites. (Viewer discretion advised).

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The case is currently under investigation.

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