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3 deaths, 2 suicide attempts in Coimbatore over Jayalalithaa’s death

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Three people died apparently due to shock and two cases of suicide attempts were reported from Tamil Nadu’s Coimbatore district after the news of Chief Minister Jayalalithaa’s deteriorating health spread on Monday evening, police said on Tuesday.

In Singanallur, a 65-year-old painter complained of chest pain while watching television news on Jayalalithaa’s health in his house and died before being taken to the hospital, police said.

In another incident, Palaniammal (62) of Thudiyalur, died of shock after watching the TV news in her house , they said.

Similarly, a 38-year-old load worker, Raja of Erode, collapsed on the chair, while watching the news channel. Though his wife called for assistance, the 108 crew of emergency service declared him dead on their arrival, police said.

Meanwhile, one Loganathan attempted suicide by jumping down from a 50-foot tall mobile tower in Kuniamuthur in the early hours.

However, police reached the spot and managed to bring him down, before letting him off with a stern warning.

In second such incident, a 45-year-old AIADMK worker, Ramachandran, attempted self-immolation near Annur last night. With 60 per cent burns, he is being treated at the Government Hospital here, police added.

Jayalalithaa passed away at the Apollo Hospitals in Chennai last night after being hospitalisation on September 22.


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