Former St Albans school pupil found dead on London building site on New Year’s Eve
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A former St Albans school pupil is believed to have fallen to his death from a Canary Wharf skyscraper construction site on New Year’s Eve.
Sam Clarke, 20, from Hemel Hempstead and who went to Townsend School, was found on Tuesday, January 2 on Bank Street.
His friend Jack Armstrong said: “We all his friends and all family are absolutely distraught.”
Jack earlier wrote on Facebook that Sam had gone missing from the group at the O2 Arena.
Canary Wharf Group, a development company, tweeted: “There has been a fatality at one of our construction sites, all our construction workers are safe and we are supporting the investigation being led by the emergency services.”
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Sam’s family have been informed, and the Met Police are not treating the incident as suspicious but are compiling a report for the coroner.
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