Woman’s eerie post before suspected murder-suicide with her young children

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A young mother died after falling from the top of a 10-storey apartment block while clinging to her two young children, killing all three.

Iulia Bogdan, 33, a psychology graduate, was divorced from her children’s father, but the couple had reconciled and were planning to remarry.

But on Tuesday morning, she left home to take the two children to kindergarten but parked in front of a block of flats and took the youngsters up to the roof, local media reported.

Authorities are treating their deaths in Timisoara, western Romania as a murder-suicide.

Iulia had planned to remarry her ex-husband. Source: Newsflash/ Australscope
Iulia had planned to remarry her ex-husband. Source: Newsflash/ Australscope

The emergency services arrived on the scene and found the mother and her three-year-old son dead.

Iulia’s six-year-old daughter was still alive but later died in hospital.

Police say the mother was suffering from depression and are talking to family members.

Several weeks ago, she urged her Facebook friends “to spread love because the earth is full of pain and suffering”.

The building the three fell from was 10 storeys high. Source: Stirile Kanal D
The building the three fell from was 10 storeys high. Source: Stirile Kanal D

According to reports, Iulia planned to remarry her ex-husband Alex - who worked in Austria - later this year.

Investigators have since learned they were due to remarry on April 28. it is unclear why they did not, Stirile Kanal D reported.

Family expressed concerns over the influence an ex-boyfriend had on the mother.

Investigators inspected the building to find out how the mother gained access to the roof, as residents said the metal door is usually locked. Witnesses say they saw Iula inspecting the building days before.

Meanwhile, the children’s father has travelled to Romania after learning of her death.

The investigation continues.

Readers seeking support and information about suicide prevention can contact Beyond Blue on 1300 22 4636, Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Suicide Call Back Service on 1300 659 467.

- Newsflash/ Australscope

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