Horror as woman dangles from tower block window ‘by her HAIR’ before plunging 100ft to death

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Horror as woman dangles from tower block window 'by her HAIR' before plunging 100ft to death



A WOMAN was dangled from a tower block by her HAIR seconds before she plunged to her death.
Alem Shimemi, 30, fell 100ft to the ground on an estate in Glasgow after she was allegedly held out of the window.
Alem Shimemi was allegedly held out of a window in this tower block in Glasgow
A man was seen running away from the block shortly after the incident, on Monday, but was held down by witnesses until the police arrived.
One local told the Daily Record: “I could hear hysterical screaming and I went to the window and I saw the woman being held by the hair.
“She didn’t fall right away, because she was trying desperately to hold on to the window sill and she was scratching at the wall with her feet, trying to get a hold to keep herself from falling. It was terrible to watch.”
Alem, an Eritrean national, was described as a “wonderful person” by friends at her local Eritrean Orthodox Church.
Cops are now calling on witnesses to come forward – but confirmed no charges have been made.
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Alem’s death is being treated as suspicious, Police Scotland confirmed.
Detective Inspector Aileen Boyle said: “This is a very busy area and I am sure that there are people who may have witnessed this incident who have not yet come forward to police.“The details they hold could be vital to this investigation and I would urge anyone with information to contact us as soon as possible.”

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