The Guardia Civil are investigating the circumstances of the death.

03-06-2018Alejandro Sepúlveda

A twenty-year-old Irish tourist, who had arrived in Majorca on Saturday, has died after falling twenty metres at a holiday apartments building in Magalluf. A neighbour reported seeing a body in the inner courtyard around eleven o'clock on Sunday morning. The Guardia Civil are investigating the circumstances. Some neighbours say that they heard a commotion during the early hours.

In April, another young tourist died following a fall at the same apartments, Eden Roc.

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juan love / Hace 12 months

.......As long as these families are not trying to jump off of these balconies, or use them to try and rob their neighbours "S", it shouldn't be a problem.

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S. / Hace 12 months

Every Season, Tourists die falling from balcony's. Whether they were drunk, climbing between balcony's, or as a direct criminal act. I have always thought these balcony's are unsafe, I do not think they would pass Health & Safety Regulations in the UK. Should families with small children assess these balcony's, I doubt they can allow their siblings freedom to go on to their very poorly guarded railings. .

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