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Son trying to commit suicide rescued after calling 999

Son trying to commit suicide rescued after calling 999

Staff Correspondent

A youth trying to commit suicide after being angry with his father was rescued by Fire Service and Civil Defence on Monday.

To save him, the father contacted fire service office through phone number of National Emergency Service-999. After receiving the call, members of fire service rushed to the spot and rescued the boy around 11 am.

The incident happened at Modhu Bazaar of Hazaribagh Police Station in the capital on Monday. Anwar Hossain, inspector of National Emergency Service-999, confirmed the news.

He said a man called via 999 informing that his son aged 20 sitting on a sunshede after crossing railing of a five-storey building was trying to take his own life. No one was approaching him as they seemed that he may jump from the place, he said.

Constable Mridul Ahmed received the call. Getting the call, Mridul Ahmed instantly informed Hajaribagh and Mohammadpur fire service station and requested quick measures.

Being informed, a team of Mohammadpur fire service led by Din Mohammad reached the spot and conducted a rescue operation.

Din Mohammad said they kept the boy busy with conversation with a relative from downstairs. In the meantime, members of the fire service reached the boy and rescued him without any injury.


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