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Teens locked in embrace fall to deaths
Anastasia Tutik was allegedly having sex with another student when they fell from the balcony.

Two teenagers have fallen to their deaths in the UK as they celebrated the end of their exams on a balcony.

According to the Daily Mail, Anastasia Tutik, 19, and Miguel, 18, were in an embrace when they lost their balance.

The international students from Russia and Mexico fell more than 18m from the sixth floor.

The pair was celebrating at a luxury apartment block in Deptford, south-east London, with fellow students from Bellerbys College.

Anastasia Tutik, a 19-year-old Russian student fell to her death. Source: Facebook

Witnesses described hearing a loud bang in the early hours.

Samson Oguntayo, 32, who lives in a neighbouring block, told the Daily Mail: “They were trying to have sex on the balcony.

"The guy was lifting the girl and putting her on the banister, he kept on doing it.

“You could see they were doing some really dangerous stuff.

“You see people on the balcony doing all sorts of things and I just felt they will probably go back inside.

“The last thing I expected was to see them falling down. We just screamed.”

The apartment block where the horror accident took place stands next to the River Thames in London. Source: Google

Mr Oguntayo said he ran to the scene but both teenagers were lying dead in a pool of blood.

He called paramedics but nothing could be done to save them. Witnesses said the pair’s friends were hysterical.

Detective Chief Inspector Helen Millichap, of the Metropolitan Police Service, said: “We believe this was a tragic accident.”

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