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Woman found deceased at base of Bukit Batok HDB block on Monday night

A woman was discovered deceased at the base of an HDB block in Bukit Batok on Monday night.

Initial inquiries suggest no signs of foul play, and police investigation is underway.



SINGAPORE: A woman was discovered deceased at the base of an HDB block in Bukit Batok on Monday night (18 December).

There are suspicions that she might have either jumped or fallen from the building.

Upon police arrival, the area was cordoned off, and the body was covered with a blue tent. Ongoing investigations are in progress.

As reported by 8world News, the incident unfolded at Block 288E Bukit Batok Street 25.

Residents suggested that the individual may have fallen or jumped from the building around 7:30 pm.

Videos online depicted a blue police tent on a grassy area at the base of the block.

Providing a statement to 8world News, the police verified that they received a notification about an incident at the mentioned address around 8:10 pm.

They further stated that a 44-year-old woman was declared deceased at the scene.

Initial inquiries suggest no signs of foul play.

A similar incident in Tampines HDB Block

On 16 December, a 57-year-old man was discovered deceased at the base of Block 281 Tampines Street 22.

According to Stomp, a resident shared images of police officers on-site and a blue police tent being set up. Blood was visible near the body.

In response to a Stomp inquiry, the police stated they received a call for assistance at approximately 10:35 am.

A police spokesperson mentioned, “A 57-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene.”

Preliminary investigations do not indicate foul play, and police investigations are underway.

Previously, there have been two incidents involving the tragic discovery of a 34-year-old woman and her three-week-old infant found deceased at the base of a Housing Board block.

Another distressing case occurred on 5 Nov at Block 35, Eunos Crescent, where a woman and her young daughter fell from a significant height, landing on the ground floor.

Where to get help:

If you or someone you know is grappling with suicidal thoughts, assistance and support are accessible.

Samaritans of Singapore Hotline: 1767

Institute of Mental Health’s Helpline: 6389 2222

Singapore Association for Mental Health Helpline: 1800 283 7019

You can discover a directory of global helplines on this page.

In case someone you are aware of is facing an imminent threat, please dial 24-hour emergency services.


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They are running clandestine program to drive people to the point of extremes.Check out these workers who travel to and fro with luggage in your hdb unit.These people are paid harrassers backed with high technology provided by intelligence agencies.Obviously their names are not registered to the unit but they are paid to work in hdb unit as a harrasser.The victims are usually wrongfully put on a watchlist based on bogus assumptions.

Don’t tell me this PAP Administration has ZERO to do with all these recent many suicides? Well it’s only conjecture – but truth is the reality is such incidents are too plenty to say it’s people’s unfortunate actions. Big Balls. Look at causes and effects. Misfortune don’t strike at random.

Condolences to the family. Please be open about the profile of the deceased , as the nos. of suicides increase, we should make efforts as a community to be able to recognise the suicide tendencies in individuals and perhaps be able to assist in any way possible. I do not see this being done by the authorities who quickly shut down any news on suicides.