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A man died in the front reception area of Stoke Newington police station after jumping off a telephone kiosk and suffering catastrophic injuries

  The Metropolitan Police said the incident, which is being examined by its Directorate of Professional Standards, resulted in the closure of the police station front desk on Saturday night. According to a Hackney Police post on Twitter, a guy “climbed atop a telephone kiosk in the front office and leapt off, sustaining critical injuries.” Despite the efforts of police officers and emergency personnel, the 68-year-old man died at the scene. “Officers had not detained or transported the man to the police station.” He’d been coming and going from the police station since around 9 a.m. He does not appear to have made any attempt to contact the police.” A man died in the front reception area of Stoke Newington police station after jumping off a telephone kiosk and suffering catastrophic injuries “Officers have informed the family of the deceased,” they added. They stated that a note was discovered and that a report will be produced for the coroner. The police station in Stoke Newington was closed just before 7 p.m., and a cordon was erected. At no point was he detained or apprehended by cops, and he entered the front office of his own volition,” Hackney Police said. “The circumstances are being investigated.” The death is not being investigated.”

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