Crayford flat fall deceased named as 56-year-old David Goldsmith

News Shopper: Emergency services at the Town Hall flats last Thursday (picture by Piotr Tuszynski). Emergency services at the Town Hall flats last Thursday (picture by Piotr Tuszynski).

The man who fell five floors to his death from a Crayford block of flats has been named as 56-year-old David Goldsmith.

An inquest into his death has been opened and adjourned at South London Coroner’s Court in Croydon.

Emergency services rushed to the scene at the Town Hall flats in Town Hall Square, Crayford Road, at 5pm last Thursday after Mr Goldsmith fell around 45ft.

A London Air Ambulance landed in the Sainsbury's car-park but Mr Goldsmith died at the scene despite doctors and paramedics trying to save him.

Police are not treating his death as suspicious.

Did you know Mr Goldsmith and would like to leave a tribute? Call 01689 885702 or e-mail tim.macfarlan@london.newsquest.co.uk

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3:37pm Thu 10 Apr 14

sueann1 says...

RIP Dave.

You was a truly loving father to your children.

May you now be free of pain .
RIP Dave. You was a truly loving father to your children. May you now be free of pain . sueann1
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9:36am Fri 11 Apr 14

HearTheFacts says...

This was a sad incident, my feelings are with his children. Also family and friends. He is now free of pain, R.I.P David.
This was a sad incident, my feelings are with his children. Also family and friends. He is now free of pain, R.I.P David. HearTheFacts
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