NUS Dentistry student falls to her death
Fri, Apr 23, 2010
The Star/Asia News Network

A 22-year-old Malaysian girl, who was studying dentistry in Singapore, fell to her death from the 15th floor of an apartment block, reported China Press.

Tan Sze Ling was believed to have fallen from her rented unit at 3.30am on Wednesday.

It is learnt that the girl from Selangor was close to graduation in the National University of Singapore.

The daily said three letters were found in her room - two for her parents and another to a male friend.

She was said to be a hardworking and helpful girl.

- The Star/Asia News Network





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