An unnamed man has died after falling from the higher stage of Selfridges in Birmingham metropolis centre. The dying will not be being handled as suspicious by West Midlands Police
Image: Graham Young / BirminghamLive)
A person has died after falling from the highest flooring of a division retailer, police have confirmed.
He was pronounced useless after the autumn from the higher stage of Selfridges, in Birmingham metropolis centre.
The incident occurred simply after 7pm on Monday (January 10), studies Birmingham Live.
Paramedics might be seen coming into the shop on the metropolis’s Bullring procuring advanced, in footage captured by an onlooking shopper.
The unnamed man’s dying will not be being handled as suspicious and shall be referred to the coroner for an inquest, West Midlands Police stated.
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The power prolonged its condolences to the person’s household and buddies.
A police spokeswoman stated: “A man has sadly died after falling from the upper level of Selfridges just after 7pm on Monday (Jan 10).
“His dying will not be being handled as suspicious and shall be referred to the Coroner. Our sympathies are along with his household and buddies.”
The Mirror has contacted West Midlands Ambulance Service for a statement.
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