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Harrow family asks public to refrain from sharing footage of tragic death

A family from Harrow is pleading with the public not to share CCTV footage of their beloved son and brother who tragically took his own life on March 24.

The family of Dean Taylor are devastated after seeing footage of his death being circulated online, and they are urging people not to watch or share the video.

The incident occurred on Headstone Road in Harrow, London, shortly after 12 pm on March 24. Multiple emergency services attended the scene, but unfortunately, they were unable to save Dean’s life.

According to a relative who spoke with Harrow Online, the family was sent the CCTV footage from across the road where Dean jumped. It appears that the footage is being shared on social media, and the family is appealing to the public not to watch or share it.

“It’s pretty horrific and not something I’ll get over seeing any time soon,” the relative said. “We are obviously urging people not to watch/share. It’s been reported to the police.”

The family is struggling to come to terms with their loss, and the sharing of the CCTV footage is only adding to their pain. They are asking for privacy and respect during this difficult time.

The police have been informed of the circulation of the video, and they are investigating the matter.

The incident has shaken the local community, and many have expressed their condolences to the family.

They are asking for the public’s support as they try to come to terms with their devastating loss.