‘He’s in the right place’: Woman dies after falling down stairway

Falling down stairs is a common cause of death for people with asthma, but it’s a serious problem that can also kill.

A South Australia woman has died after falling into the North West Building at North West University Hospital.

Police say a man and woman were sitting on the fifth floor of the building when they fell and fell to their deaths.

A woman was in the same building at the time.

“She was sitting on her seat when she fell,” South Australian Police said in a statement.

“A man on the sixth floor, the man was wearing a mask and she was not.

They fell into the building.”

The woman, a 45-year-old woman from Adelaide, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police said they did not know whether the man had a history of mental illness or what he had been doing before falling.

“It’s a very tragic and tragic incident,” South Australia Police Deputy Commissioner David Smith said.

“We’re very saddened by this tragic event and it’s important to get to the bottom of this.”

This is a terrible tragedy.

“Police said the building was fully sealed off, but no one else was injured.

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