Teen girl jumped to death at SM Megamall

Teen girl jumped to death at SM Megamall

- Another alleged suicide, this time of a teen girl, has become a recent addition to the growing list of deaths in SM malls

- According to the Mandaluyong police, an 18-year-old, identified as Jessa Lojo, was declared dead on arrival (DOA) after jumping off the fourth floor of SM Megamall Building B

- As of press time, the investigations are still ongoing and no statements from either the family or the SM management has been released

Police announced on Monday, October 24, the death of a teen girl who allegedly jumped off from the fourth floor of SM Megamall.

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Teen girl jumped to death at SM Megamall

According to Mandaluyong police chief Joaquin Alva, the 18-year-old was identified to be Jessa S. Lojo, a BS Physical Education student at Rizal Technological University (RTU).

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18-year-old Lojo was rushed to the Medical City Hospital in Pasig, but was declared dead on arrival at 10:45 a.m.

Investigations on this latest suicide incident involving another SM mall is still ongoing but the cause of the apparent suicide is not known as of press time.

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Several other deaths, allegedly suicides have also been reported from other SM branches in the past.

Just last February 14, news of a woman, identified as Madonna Guanzon, who allegedly committed suicide by jumping off the fifth floor of SM Megamall, stirred havoc on social media, where various reactions, comments and speculations on the supposed suicide were posted.

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