Fatal fall from collingwood balcony not suspicious – police
In a rare twist, two Australian women have been taken from their balcony at the Melbourne Entertainment Centre in Melbourne to hospital after falling from a balcony earlier this week.
It was not clear how the incident unfolded but on Thursday police arrested a 41-year-old and a 32-year-old who had left the balcony of the complex with강원출장안마 their daughters at around 2.30am.
The pair had arrived at the hospital to take their daughters to school and a witness told the Herald Sun the men were dressed in black and white clothing.
“They were very frightened,” the woman who wished to remain anonymous told the Herald Sun.
“They were so scared they ran from the balcony — it was really scary.”
The woman said she did not know if the pair were being cared for in hospital, or where they were being treated.
“My daughter was on her birthday at the time and was having some holiday with family,” the woman said.
The woman said it was not clear how long the men have been in custody.
Police confirmed they were looking for a 39-year-old man, whom they believe jumped from the balcony from the second floor onto his daughter’s balcony and fell over on her back.
“The pair were taken into custody on the roof of the complex, a few hours later,” police spokesman Detective Sergeant Rob Hill said.
He said they are treating the incident as an act of violence.
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