A New York-based trader committed suicide by jumping in front of a train, the New York Post reports.
The trader was 47-year-old Edmund “Eddie” Charles Reilly, the report said.
According to the Post, Reilly jumped in front of an on coming Long Island Rail Road train on Tuesday morning around 6 a.m at the Syosset stop.
There’s been a spate of suicides amongst financial services employees in recent months. They have happened in London, the U.S. and Hong Kong.
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