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Abu Dhabi, UAESunday 22 July 2018

Police investigate death of man on Abu Dhabi pedestrian bridge 

Asian man took own life from an overpass on Airport Road 

A man was found hanged from a pedestrian bridge in Abu Dhabi on Sunday.

Police were called to the pedestrian overpass on Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum Street — also known as Airport Road — at 11.20am.

The man was of Asian origin.

Investigations into the death are under way.

No further details were made available.

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