THREE people leapt to their deaths yesterday morning - one of them landing on a passing policeman - and a fourth slashed her wrists in front of her young son in a failed suicide attempt. A woman also tried to poison herself by burning charcoal after a phone row with her boyfriend, but was revived in hospital. At 9am, a 28-year-old man jumped 32 floors from the roof of Cityone block 41, Sha Tin, hitting the leg of a passing on-duty police officer. Both men were taken to Prince of Wales Hospital, where the jumper was declared dead and the policeman was in a stable condition. The dead man had left his wallet and watch on the roof of the building, but there was no suicide note or any clue as to why he had jumped. The incident was the second in three days in which a suicide jumper landed on a pedestrian. One of yesterday's suicide victims, a woman, 26, jumped from her ninth-floor Mongkok flat after taking pain-killers and drinking half a bottle of wine. Her mother later told police the woman was depressed over love problems. Her body was found on the podium of her apartment block in Tung Chau Street at 5.45am. Two hours later, a woman aged 46 was declared dead at United Christian Hospital after jumping from the 17th floor of Yan Lam House, Tsui Lam Estate, Tseung Kwan O. Another woman attempted suicide yesterday morning by slashing her wrists in front of her 12-year-old son. The boy called police at 6.35am to say the woman, 30, was bleeding from both arms. Police and an ambulance crew arrived at the family's Sau Mau Ping flat to find the woman in a distressed state, initially refusing first-aid treatment. She eventually relented and was taken from her home in Lee Yat House, Shun Lee Estate, to United Christian Hospital. Police said the woman was depressed about the recent death of her husband. Earlier, a woman, 23, who had a fight with her boyfriend over the phone tried to kill herself by burning charcoal. He found her semi-conscious on the floor of his flat in Pok Hong Estate at 1.20am. She was taken to Prince of Wales Hospital, where she recovered. On Thursday morning, a man walking to work in Tsuen Wan suffered injuries to his neck, shoulder and back when a woman leaping to her death from a nearby building fell on him. Mechanic Lui Wing-but, 41, was hit as he walked past the High-Tech Industrial Centre in Castle Peak Road at 8am.