Husband of Benidorm balcony fall victim launches new witness appeal

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Husband of Benidorm balcony fall victim launches new appeal
Kirsty and Adam had only been married for a few months before her tragic death Photo credit: Facebook

THE husband of Kirsty Maxwell – the newly wed scot who fell from a tenth floor balcony at Benidorm’s Payma Apartments on April 29 – has launched an appeal to find a female witness who was allegedly staying on the same floor as Kirsty and her friends.

The investigation is ongoing and Kirsty’s family and friends have been campaigning tirelessly in an attempt to find out exactly what happened the nights he fell.

Now Kirsty’s husband, Adam, has launched an appeal to find a female witness who he believes could provide important information regarding his wife´s final moments.

Speaking to the British press, he said: “This woman has been identified as a witness and we’re asking her to come forward with information – we don’t know her name.

“We also have been given hotel room numbers and we are desperate to speak to some of the people who stayed in these rooms.

“It’s shocking we have had to find out this information for ourselves. This is our reality now. We’ve had people coming forward with more information and for us it’s vital that we speak to this woman.”

A post has also gone up on the Kirsty Maxwell Information Appeal Facebook page appealing for this apparent witness.

On the page, Adam has asked for continued support saying: “The support has been immense so far with people sharing things on social media how ever that is beginning to slow down, which I suppose was always going to happen.

“There is not much people can do to help at the moment but please continue supporting the family by sharing the information we publish on social media, so much has already come from this, more than you will know.”

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