Singapore: 64-year-old man found dead in Sengkang, reason not established

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A 64-year-old man was found unconscious at the foot of a building, located at Sengkang on Thursday morning, April 12.

Later police said that they were alerted to the incident at around 9.43 am on Thursday that took place at Esparina Residences at 113 Compassvale Bow. When the officers reached the location they found the unconscious body of the man, who was later pronounced dead after a preliminary test by the paramedics at the scene.

Reports stated that the deceased was a Singapore citizen but it is not revealed yet whether the man was also a resident of the condominium or not. The police are yet to establish the reason behind the unnatural death of the old man.

Earlier, a 31-year-old man was found dead on February 13, near the swimming pool at M Hotel on Anson Road. He was identified as a Chinese national by the hotel staff who discovered him unconscious near the pool area and took him to Singapore General Hospital, located at Bukit Merah, where doctors declared him dead before arrival.

The hotel staff informed the Chinese embassy, located at 150 Tanglin Road about the mysterious death of the man. They also said that the staffs were in touch with the family of the deceased man. The police closed the swimming pool area for investigation purpose but reopened it later.

This article was first published on April 13, 2018