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City Rd death fall

14 Dec 2014

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A 21-year-old Melton man has died after falling 20-storeys from the balcony of a City Rd apartment in Southbank.

Rehmat Sandhu fell from his friend’s 26th floor City Towers apartment shortly before 4am on December 6.

A police spokesperson said Mr Sandhu was socialising with friends before he plummeted 20-floors to his death on the sixth floor patio.

Investigators spoke to several people who were in the apartment at the time of the incident.

A police spokesperson said the death was deemed non-suspicious and that police would prepare a report for the coroner.

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