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University Student Ingest Toilet Cleaner then Jumps to His Death

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A 21-year-old university student is reported to have ingested toilet cleaner before jumping to his death from the fifth-floor balcony of a university building in northeastern Thailand on Tuesday.

Police received a report at about 11 pm that a young student had been found dead in a pool of blood on the ground floor of a student dormitory at Loei Rajabhat University.

Police said that the parents of the University student informed them that their 21-year-old son had muscular dystrophy in both legs and probably took his own life.

The student’s body was sent to Loei Hospital for a postmortem examination.

A police spokesperson said that upon a search of the student’s room they found an open, empty bottle of toilet cleaner and a pool of vomit outside the room.

CCTV security camera footage showed the student crawling over the balcony and then falling to his death.

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Police said a 45-year-old lecturer, who lived on the same floor as the student, heard a loud noise coming from the student’s room, similar to a slamming door.

According to police, another resident, 36, was returning from dinner when she discovered the university student lying on the ground. Initially, she thought he was drunk and unconscious but then saw the blood. Immediately, she contacted the authorities.

Earlier on Tuesday, Education Minister Trinuch Thienthong ordered the Office of the Basic Education Commission (OBEC) to improve safety measures after a Mathayom 2 (eighth grade) student from the province of Nakhon Ratchasima jumped and died from the eighth floor of her school.

The girl’s death was being investigated to determine if it was a result of problems in her family, with friends, or related to her schooling.

She expressed concern over the increased stress students may experience returning to on-site classes, acknowledging an increase in brawls and bullying among students.

She asked the OBEC to monitor at-risk groups and student behavior.

“Schools need to strengthen their support systems for students, and I have told the OBEC and school directors that they must implement measures to avoid incidents like this,” she said.

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