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Australia Balcony tragedy rocks Schoolies as 18-year-old plunges to his death from the 42nd floor of a high-rise Gold Coast hotel 'after a night of clubbing'

02:15  29 november  2019
02:15  29 november  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Schoolie filmed walking on high-rise ledge after climbing over balcony

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An 18 - year - old Schoolie has died on the Gold Coast after he fell from a high - rise hotel balcony overnight. Shocked witnesses recall horrific moment Schoolie , 18, plunged to his death from Gold Coast Hilton ' after a night of clubbing ' - as touching floral tributes are left at the scene of the tragedy .

A Schoolies trip has ended in tragedy after a Sydney teenager fell to his death from a high - rise apartment on the Gold Coast . Pictured: The 18 - year - old who died after falling from 10th floor balcony on Schoolies trip.

a tall building in a city: The unnamed 18-year-old is believed to have plunged from the 42nd floor of the Hilton Hotel (pictured) in Surfers Paradise© Provided by Daily Mail The unnamed 18-year-old is believed to have plunged from the 42nd floor of the Hilton Hotel (pictured) in Surfers Paradise An 18-year-old boy has plunged to his death from the 42nd floor of a high-rise hotel in the Gold Coast.

The teenager is thought to have jumped off a balcony at the Hilton Hotel Tower after posting on social media.

Queensland Police confirmed it was an 'act of self-harm' and that the teenager had killed himself.

He is understood to have posted on social media in the moments leading up to his death, which saw him fall to his death after a night of clubbing.

The teenager is thought to have fallen into an adjoining food court in front of horrified students.

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A Sydney teenager has plunged to his death from a high rise 's balcony during Schoolies The tragedy comes just days after police warned skylarking on high - rise balconies at Schoolies In that instance, Isabelle Colman fell from the 26th floor of the Chevron Renaissance, only two kilometres

The teenager who plunged from the Hilton hotel during Schoolies on the Gold Coast is 18 - year - old Melbourne student Charlie Scott. Devastated mates left struggling to understand why their 'kind-hearted' friend tragically plunged to his death from a Gold Coast hotel balcony during Schoolies

The young man was visiting Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast to celebrate Schoolies.

Police said the teenager was not from Queensland and had travelled from outside the state.

Officials said counsellors will available in Surfers Paradise today to comfort grief-stricken friends and witnesses.

It’s the latest of several high-rise deaths at Schoolies.

Last year, NSW teen Hamish Bidgood, 18, fell to his death from a Surfers high-rise after inhaling ‘nangs’, or nitrous oxides gas from cream whipping canisters.

His father Des predicted that Hamish would not be the last tragedy to occur during Schoolies on the Gold Coast.

He said: 'Hamish is not the first and won't be the last … the gas canisters they inhale for fun should be banned; shop keepers, anyone who sells them on the internet, should be prosecuted if caught selling them.

Man, 20, arrested after car allegedly found loaded with drugs headed for schoolies

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A teenager who died on the Gold Coast after falling from a high - rise hotel balcony has been Tributes are flooding social media for the 18 - year - old , with friends from his high school Parade Last year, Sydney teen Hamish Bidgood fell to his death from a different Surfers Paradise hotel balcony

Teen who tragically fell from his Gold Coast hotel balcony this morning has been named. A teenager who died on the Gold Coast after falling from a high - rise hotel balcony The 18 - year - old , from Montmorency, northeast of Melbourne, had been celebrating Schoolies when he fell from the

a group of people posing for the camera: The grieving father of Hamish Bidgood (left) who fell to his death from a balcony during Schoolie's celebrations, has said his son was hallucinating when he threw himself off the Gold Coast apartment building© Provided by Daily Mail The grieving father of Hamish Bidgood (left) who fell to his death from a balcony during Schoolie's celebrations, has said his son was hallucinating when he threw himself off the Gold Coast apartment building 'This happens all too often. My son died not knowing what he was doing and now … we have to live with that. He was a good, kind kid. People loved Hamish.

'He was having fun, he had it all ahead of him … We've lost him now.'

Mr Bidgood called for apartment blocks rented out to students over the Schoolies week to block off balcony access so that young revellers couldn't access them.


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