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Mother and infant found deceased at base of Eunos flat

Tragedy struck at Block 35 Eunos Crescent on Sunday, as a woman and her young daughter fell to their deaths.

Discovered motionless, they were pronounced dead at the scene. Police investigations suggest no foul play in this heart-wrenching incident.



SINGAPORE: A tragic incident occurred on Sunday ( 5 Nov) at Block 35 Eunos Crescent, where a woman and her young daughter fell from a considerable height, landing on the ground floor of the Housing Board flat.

Residents in the vicinity noticed two blue tents set up behind the block, shrouding the bodies.

A number of police officers were conducting investigations both around the tents and within the housing estate.

According to Singapore’s Chinese media outlet Lianhe Zaobao, an unnamed neighbour residing in the same block reported hearing a loud noise at 12:45 p.m. and subsequently discovering the two fallen individuals.

“They appeared to be of Chinese ethnicity. The woman’s face was not visible as it was facing downwards, while the other was believed to be an infant or a young child, still wearing a diaper.”

The police reported that they were informed of the fall at Block 35 Eunos Crescent around 12:40 p.m.

The woman and the baby were found lying motionless and were pronounced dead at the scene. The authorities believed that the deceased individuals were a mother and her daughter.

In the course of their investigation, the police focused on a unit on the fourth floor, suspected to be the residence of the mother and daughter.

As of their initial findings, no signs of foul play have been detected.

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Were they on some kind of medication like anti-depressants? They cause something called akathisia.

As predicted , as the cost of living rises, the suicide rates follow. The PAP is not able to see the outcome of their policies.