Mayor Arthur Neto regrets death of journalist: 'Professional and friendly person'

He threw himself from the third floor. The daughter witnessed the whole scene.
18/02/2020 18h48 - Updated 19/02/2020 13h30

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A man, identified as Cristiano Pereira Gois, He died after to play the 3rd floor of the Educational Adalberto Valle Center on the afternoon of Tuesday (18), the Sun Set Address, Milky Ave., Adrianople neighborhood, Central South zone of Manaus.

According to information from the Department of Amazonas Technical and Scientific Police (DPTC) who was on site, the case this was a suicide. He had gone to leave her daughter at school and without clear information, he threw himself from the third floor.

His death was mourned by friends, family and Mayor Arthur Neto paid his condolences to the professional in note:

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NOTE OF SYMPATHY – Cristiano Pereira Goes

The Mayor of Manaus, Arthur Virgilio Neto, and the first lady Elisabeth Valeiko Ribeiro mourn the death of journalist Cristiano Pereira Goes, occurred on Tuesday, 18/2.

"What will store is the joy and smile quiet fellow Cristiano. Their professional commitment and the person's friend who was. We stand in solidarity with his family and friends at this time of deep sadness ", said the mayor of Manaus, it will declare official mourning in the capital.

Over 20 year career, Cristiano Garcia acted in several television media outlets, including TVs Culture, Band and Amazon, in which reporter was, host and executive producer, It is devoting, currently, in business counseling and other individual projects.

"Cristiano was a very dear person by our staff, always calm and smiling. On behalf of all colleagues of Manaus City Hall, I wish a lot of faith to his wife, daughter and other family members ", said the first lady and president of Manaus Solidarity Fund, Elisabeth Ribeiro.


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