The Mall Wood Green Suicide Investigations – London Police are investigating a report of an apparent suicide attempt at The Mall Wood Green in London, Wednesday. According to reports, two women are in critical after a fall at the mall located at 159 High Rd, London N22. According to reports, a female jumped from a floor of the mall in an apparent suicide attempt, the female landed on an innocent passerby. The victim was identified as an adult female. Law enforcement agencies responded to the scene and located both women critically injured.
According to a Metropolitan Police spokeswoman, “Police were called by LAS at 16:50hrs on Wednesday, April 12, to reports of a woman injured after falling from height in High Road, Wood Green. “Another woman sustained injuries as a result of the incident. “They have been taken to hospital for treatment, where they both remain in critical condition. “Inquiries into the circumstances are ongoing and officers are working to trace their next of kin. “Road closures are currently in place on High Road.” The identities of the females were not immediately disclosed. More details soon.
The Mall Wood Green – The Shopping Mall The shopping center and apartment complex known as Wood Green may be found in the neighborhood of Wood Green in north London. Wood Green Shopping City was the initial name given to this location. The Mall had an average of 221,000 customers per week in 2006, with over 100 retail shops (seven of which were anchor businesses), 45 market stalls, and a total of over 100 restaurants.
Between 2000 and 2018, there was a 30% spike in suicide rates, which then fell in 2019 and 2020. With 45,979 fatalities from suicide in 2020, it will be the third greatest cause of mortality in the US. Approximately one death occurs every 11 minutes. Even more, people contemplate suicide or make an attempt at it. According to estimates, 12.2 million American people considered suicide seriously in 2020, 3.2 million made plans to commit suicide, and 1.2 million actually succeeded in doing so. All ages are affected by suicide. Suicide was one of the top 9 killers of people between the ages of 10 and 64 in 2020.
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