What happens when a person dies alone? A trauma cleaner show

What happens when a person dies alone? A trauma cleaner show

Postby geemong » Mon Jan 17, 2022 7:56 am

What happens when a person dies alone? A trauma cleaner shows us what the job is like


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Mr Rahman Razali recites a silent prayer at the threshold of the flat he is about to clean.

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Clad in personal protective gear, he steps through tendrils of smoke from joss sticks that the flat owner placed at the gate to mask the smell of death.

Mr Rahman, 39, the co-founder of cleaning firm DDQ services, is sometimes called upon to clean up detritus from bodies found after a few days, or even weeks and months after death.

This Jurong East flat we came to on Dec 23 last year is a two-room unit where the deceased had lived alone. Dried blood and body fluids stain the desk and floor in the bedroom a deep maroon.

Blood also smears the items in the house, which looks more like a warehouse than a home.

Stacked wall-to-wall are pails of paint, handyman tools and gear from the former occupant’s work repairing air-conditioners. A portable stove, a small pot, packs of instant noodles and some utensils sit nearby.

As Mr Rahman and his assistant, 18-year-old Qasrina, spray disinfectant on all the surfaces and items in the room, the stinging scent mingles with the odour of putrid flesh and blood.
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