Written by: Guo Qianwen, Deng Yongzhong, Huang Weimin
Last update date: 2021-02-24 13:02
At nearly 9 am today (24th), at the Central Mail Center at No. 1 Wang Chin Street, Kowloon Bay, a man fell from a height. He fell on the ground and fell into a coma. Passers-by immediately called the police for help.
Responding to the report, the ambulanceman rushed the male victim to the United Hospital, but the rescue failed.
The police are investigating the incident, and the case has been temporarily handled by someone falling off the building. Plasma was found on the ground.
According to sources, the man who fell from the building was a postman and worked at the site. It is known that the male victim was wearing a uniform at the time and suspected that he fell from the rooftop garden of the building.
Hongkong Post replied that the postman who worked at the Central Mail Center was found to have fallen from the height of the center. He was certified dead after rescue.
The Department stated that it was deeply saddened by the unfortunate death of the postman and had immediately contacted his family and provided feasible assistance. The Department also arranged psychological counsellors to provide counselling and follow-up for staff in need.
Hongkong Post replied that at about 8:55 this morning, a postman who worked at the Central Mail Center was found to have fallen from the height of the center, and the center staff immediately called the police.
The paramedics arrived at the scene and sent him to the hospital for rescue, but he was later certified dead.
The Post Office was deeply saddened by the unfortunate death of the postman, and has immediately contacted his family to extend deep condolences and provide all feasible assistance.
The Department has also arranged psychological counselors to the Central Mail Center to provide relevant counseling and follow-up for colleagues in need. As for other colleagues in need, they can also contact the Staff Care Team of the Department to arrange counseling services
Help website and hotline:
The Hong Kong Samaritan Association for the Prevention of Suicide Hotline: 23892222
Hospital Authority Mental Health Line: 24667350
Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Zhi Ruo Yuen Hotline: 18281
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Social Welfare Department Hotline: 23432255
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