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* Sharjah Police investigate death of a Sri Lankan man fell from a building
Sat, Apr 26, 2014, 10:35 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Apr 26, Sharjah: The Sharjah Police say the death of a Sri Lankan national who fell from the 24th floor of a building Thursday is under investigation to determine whether there was any foul involved.

The 30-year-old Sri Lankan national identified as Soranja S was found lying in a pool of blood outside the Al Mansoor Building near Lulu Hypermarket in Al Nahda area, the Khaleej Times newspaper reported. The police believe the man fell from 24th floor of the building.

According to the police, a passer-by in Al Nahda residential area has called about a person lying on the ground and the police on arrival at the scene found the Sri Lankan national lying in a pool of blood.

He was rushed to Al Kuwaiti Hospital where the doctors have confirmed that the victim had died due to the fall. The body was shifted to forensic laboratory.

The Police are investigating whether there was any criminal act behind his fall and reportedly questioning some persons who had connections with the deceased.

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