Malaysian teenagers attempted suicide by spraining their waist in a septic tank

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 Malaysian teenagers attempted suicide by spraining their waist in a septic tank


Dec. 7 (Overseas Net) -- A 17-year-old Malaysian teenager attempted to jump into a septic tank at a local sewage plant to commit suicide, but failed to do so because of a sprained waist.

According to New Straits Times and Singdao Daily, a 17-year-old boy in Selangor, Malaysia, sneaked into the local Yinglishui Sewage Treatment Plant at 3 p.m. on the 5th, intending to jump into a septic tank about 3 meters deep to commit suicide. In the process of trying to jump into the 3-meter deep dung tank, the teenager accidentally fell and fell to the ground with injuries to his waist, unable to move, and was rescued by witness. Mohamad Akmal and Mohamad Khairi, the heads of the local fire station, said they received a call for help at 3:50 p.m. and sent a team of people to the rescue. The teenager was still determined to commit suicide during the rescue, but was forced to be sent to a local hospital for treatment. We dont know his motive for suicide, and the police will investigate it further, Akmal said. Source: Overseas Network Responsible Editor: Wang Zheng_N7526

According to New Straits Times and Singdao Daily, a 17-year-old boy in Selangor, Malaysia, sneaked into the local Yinglishui Sewage Treatment Plant at 3 p.m. on the 5th, intending to jump into a septic tank about 3 meters deep to commit suicide. In the process of trying to jump into the 3-meter deep dung tank, the teenager accidentally fell and fell to the ground with injuries to his waist, unable to move, and was rescued by witness.

Mohamad Akmal and Mohamad Khairi, the heads of the local fire station, said they received a call for help at 3:50 p.m. and sent a team of people to the rescue. The teenager was still determined to commit suicide during the rescue, but was forced to be sent to a local hospital for treatment.

We dont know his motive for suicide, and the police will investigate it further, Akmal said.