Point Precinct plunge claims of life of Durban man

2016-09-09 17:59
Durban. (Duncan Alfreds, Fin24)

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Durban - A man was killed when he fell from the balcony of a Point Precinct building in Durban on Friday.

Rescue Care spokesperson Garrith Jamieson said paramedics had rushed to Signal Road in the upmarket development.  

"Paramedics arrived on the scene to find the man unresponsive and lying on the sidewalk."

"The man was found to have sustained critical injuries and was pronounced deceased on the scene," Jamieson added.

He said details around the man's fall remained unclear, but that police were investigating the incident.

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