Beachy Head suicidal incident – A student from Eastbourne College in Eastbourne, England, is believed to have died by suicide while jumping into a popular spot during a camping program, according to an unconfirmed report. According to a TikTok post, the incident marks another of many suicide incidents at the famous Beachy Head cliffs – a chalk promontory in East Sussex, England, located near Eastbourne, may be located just immediately is of the Seven Sisters.
According to claims, a student from the college located in the Old Wish Rd area of Eastbourne died after jumping from the cliff near the Seven Sisters. SNBC13 is attempting to contact the school for further information and confirmation in relation to this incident.
Eastbourne College is a coeducational private school in the English public school tradition, for boarding and day pupils aged 13 to 18, in the town of Eastbourne on the south coast of England. The Principal of the College is Tom Lawson
The mixture. If you are under 25, you can call The Mix on 0808 808 4994 (3 p.m. to midnight daily), ask for help by email using this form on The Mix website or use their crisis text messaging service. Papyrus HOPELINEUK. If you are under 35 and have suicidal thoughts, or are worried about a young person who may be in trouble, you can call Papyrus HOPELINEUK on 0800 068 4141 (weekdays 10am-10pm, weekends 2pm-10pm and public holidays 2 12 p.m.-10 p.m.), e-mail (email protected) or text 07786 209 697.
night line. If you’re a student, you can check the Nightline website to see if your university or college offers a nighttime listening service. The night telephone operators are also all students. Switchboard. If you identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender, you can call the switchboard on 0300 330 0630 (10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily), email (email protected) or use their online chat service. Phone operators all identify as LGBT+.
CALL. If you live in Wales you can call the Community Advice and Listening Line (CALL) on 0800 132 737 (open 24/7) or you can text ‘help’ followed by a question to 81066 .
Helpline partnership. For more options, visit the Helplines Partnership website for a directory of helplines in the UK. Mind’s Infoline can also help you find services that can help you. If you are outside the UK, the Befrienders Worldwide website has a tool to search by country for emotional support helplines around the world.
ALSO READ: A woman is fighting for her life and two people are taken to hospital after falling at Northfield Shopping Centre.
A woman has fallen from the parking lot of a city mall and is now fighting for her life. Two women were taken to hospital at 12.05pm on Tuesday June 6 as she may have hit another person as she fell. At the scene, advanced emergency care was provided to the first injured person. The second person, believed to be older, had serious but not life-threatening injuries. Both were taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: ‘We were called to an accident near Bristol Road South in Birmingham at 12.06pm on Tuesday. At the scene, there were three ambulances, a paramedic, a MERIT trauma doctor and an intensive care paramedic, and a BASICS emergency doctor. We found two women when we arrived there. The first woman had been so seriously injured that she could have died. She received specialist trauma care at the scene. The second woman had serious injuries that were not life-threatening.
“She was taken care of on the spot. Both were taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham for further treatment. A West Midlands Police spokeswoman said: ‘Around midday yesterday a woman fell from the first floor of the Northfield shopping center car park. She was taken to hospital with serious injuries. Due to the fall, another audience member was also slightly injured.
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