A Bristol College scholar has died and is assumed to have taken his personal life.
Bertram Crawford, recognized to his shut associates as Bertie, was learning English at Bristol College when he handed away over the weekend.
A spokesman for the college confirmed the unhappy information on Tuesday, November 20.
A College of Bristol spokesman stated: “We’ve acquired the very unhappy information that Bertram Crawford, often known as Bertie, a second-year undergraduate scholar learning English on the College of Bristol, tragically died final weekend.
“There may be nothing more durable for our group than the dying of considered one of our college students, and our ideas are with Bertie’s household and associates at this very troublesome time.
“We’re doing our greatest to assist and assist all college students and workers who’ve been affected by this information – significantly those that knew Bertie.
“We encourage any members of our group who’re affected by this tragic information to verify they contact College wellbeing companies for assist, in addition to looking for assist from their very own associates or household.”
If you’ll want to communicate to somebody on the college’s psychological well being assist, you possibly can ring 0117 330 2720 . You may as well communicate confidentially to the volunteers at Nightline, which is open from 8pm to 8am each night throughout time period time. Their quantity is 0117 926 6266 .
The college has a variety of assist accessible for college kids and encourages anybody who needs to assist to hunt it. They are often discovered right here.
Most people who find themselves considering of taking their very own life have proven warning indicators beforehand.
These can embrace turning into depressed, displaying sudden modifications in behaviour, speaking about desirous to die and emotions of hopelessness.
These emotions do enhance and could be handled.
If you’re involved about somebody, or need assistance your self, please contact the Samaritans on 116 123.