Shoppers in shock after a person falls multiple storeys at the Myer Centre inside Rundle Mall
- A customer fell several storey in a Myer centre
- Rundle Mall, Adelaide, was evacuated
- Police called it a ‘mental health incident’
Emergency services have rushed to a busy city shopping centre after a shopper fell multiple storeys.
South Australia Police and paramedics closed the Myer centre in Rundle Mall, central Adelaide, following the incident.
All employees and customers were evacuated from the centre and a cherry picker – platform crane – was brought in to retrieve the person, the Adelaide Advertiser reports.
It is understood the person was caught in a safety net.
The circumstances of the customer’s fall are still unknown but the incident is not being treated as suspicious with a SA Police spokesperson describing it as a ‘mental health incident’.
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Emergency services closed Rundle Mall after a customer fell several storeys (pictured, police and paramedics at the scene)
A person has fallen multiple stories in the Myer centre at Rundle Mall (above), central Adelaide