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Young Malaysian Man Falls To His Death At KL Sentral Station A Month Before 21st Birthday

The loss of a life is always a tragedy regardless of who it may be, how old they are, a tragedy is a tragedy. We can only grieve about it but we can’t avoid it if it’s their time to go. They’re simply more loved by God than us, so we pray for their soul to rest in peace.

Just recently a young and bright Malaysian was found dead in Kuala Lumpur Sentral LRT station. He is believed to have suffered from head injuries due to a fall.

According to China Press, the deceased was identified as Wu Jia Liang, 20. The incident took place at around 1 am. The mother of the deceased, Li Bao En, 39, said that her son works in a mobile phone shop in Nu Sentral and would usually finish work at 5 pm every day.

 

The mother and child live separately, but he would always take the train back to his house in Wangsa Maju after a long day at work. It is a pity the deceased did not manage to live long enough to celebrate his 21st birthday next month.

Source: China Press

As it was already 1 am, the train services had already stopped, so the police are still investigating the reason for the deceased to be there at that time and the cause of his fall. Because usually train stations will be closed when it is not during the operating hours.

Wu’s mobile phone and wallet was also gone when his body was discovered.

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It is believed that the deceased had fallen from a place that was not fenced off. Police have suspected that he might have had drunk a little too much but his mother thinks otherwise as she said that her son was a very well-behaved and obedient child who rarely goes out at night.

She’s urging any witnesses who saw Wu that night to come forward and help with the investigation.

The police have temporarily classified the incident as sudden death.

We would like to express our deepest condolences to the family of Wu Jia Liang. 

(Source: China Press)

 

 

 

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