Brisbane Suicide: Person died jumping off building on Ann Street in Brisbane, NSW Police Force investigate

New South Wales Police investigate after individual passed away from an apparent suicide by jumping on Ann Street yesterday

Brisbane Suicide Investigations – Law enforcement agencies are investigating a death from apparent suicide in Brisbane, NSW yesterday. According to reports, a male passed away after jumping from a tall highrise building on Ann Street, Brisbane, Queensland. Officers with the New South Wales Police Force were called to the scene where they say a male experiencing mental crisis was located.

According to reports, the male leaped from the building located in 80 Ann Street. Arriving officers performed life-saving measure on the male, but he was pronounced dead at the location. The identity of the individual involved was not immediately released. Law enforcement agencies are continuing to the investigate the incident.

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