It seems that the popular saying, “He who has a life, will not be killed by severity”, may be true in many cases of suicide. A Russian citizen’s quest to commit suicide turned out to be a fiasco.
In the details, a Russian citizen threw himself in the face of speeding cars on one of the country’s public roads, but the ingenuity of the motorists in maneuvering thwarted his attempt.
But he suffered a heavy loss, as he was taken to the hospital with serious injuries, according to what was reported by local networks on the communication sites.
Russia is among the countries with the highest suicide rates. A previous World Health Organization report showed that Russia has the third highest suicide rate in the world.
It also clarified more than two years ago that nearly 800,000 people worldwide die by suicide every year, more than those who die from malaria, breast cancer, war or homicide