M’sian Who Travelled Daily From M’sia To SG For Work Allegedly Dies Inside Toilet Due To Overwork

His colleague performed CPR but it proved to be futile.
With the declining Ringgit and tough economic times, more Malaysians are heading over the Causeway to work and provide a better life for their families.

However, this aspiration to provide for one’s family can sometimes come at a deadly cost, like one Malaysian who allegedly collapsed and died inside the toilet.

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M’sian allegedly dies inside toilet due to overwork

According to China Press, this tragedy happened on a Malaysian who travelled between Malaysia and Singapore daily for work.

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Based on the post originally shared to the Facebook group 人在狮城漂 on Tuesday (Mar 5) but was later taken down, the OP wrote that he found his colleague passed out inside the company’s toilet.

He also saw that his colleague’s face and pupils had discoloured, suggesting signs of overwork.

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However, since no one at the workplace knew how to administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), the OP had to surf the Internet on how to do so.

Person performing cpr
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After searching the Internet, the OP proceeded to administer CPR on his colleague in hopes of saving his life.

I kept pressing (against his chest) while yelling ‘Please don’t go to sleep. It’s going to be Raya soon so don’t go to sleep.’

Eventually, a supervisor took over and performed the CPR until the ambulance came as the OP got tired.

Unfortunately, the colleague didn’t survive and was pronounced dead shortly after.

Dead body
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According to CNA, more than 300,000 Malaysians travel to Singapore via the Singapore-Johor Causeway, where they spend at least 1-2 hours travelling during the weekdays.

Sadly, there have been cases of Malaysians suffering health issues while working in Singapore or getting into road accidents while commuting between Malaysia and Singapore.

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