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Brisbane jockey Tim Bell dies in high-rise fall

BRISBANE jockey Tim Bell has fallen to his death from a Singapore high-rise.

The 22-year-old had been living and working in Singapore on a three-month contract.

A friend has told the ABC Bell died after slipping and falling from his 12th floor apartment on Tuesday night.

The news has rocked the Australian racing community.

Bell started his career as a teenage jockey in Tamworth in New South Wales.

ABC News

Topics:  horse racing melbourne cup racing


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