A HEROIC mum performed CPR on a woman after discovering her body close to a block of flats.

Witnesses have told the Glasgow Times that the woman tragically fell to her death at the tower block in Dundasvale Court in Cowcaddens on Monday night.

Police confirmed that they are not treating the death as suspicious.

A resident – who does not wish to be named – witnessed the tragedy.

She said: “I’m a nurse, so it’s my automatic instinct to run.

“I was at home sitting chatting with my daughter when we heard the incident happened.”

She found the body outside the block and instantly performed CPR.

“I’ve been a nurse for over 20 years and it was the worst thing I’ve ever seen,” she said.

The 37-year-old woman was found dead at the foot of the west tower at Dundasvale Court across from Cowcaddens Subway station.

The close-knit community that lives in the neighbourhood were rocked by the events off Monday night.

One man residing in the block said: “This sort of thing happens every six months. It’s very sad.”

Others spoke of their shock and sadness at hearing the sound of the woman’s falling body.

Despite local reports that the body was that of a man, Police Scotland identified the person as a woman.

A spokeswoman for Police Scotland confirmed officers attended a report of a body found on Monday, March 9 at around 10:45pm.

She said: “The 37-year-old woman was pronounced dead at the scene.

“Enquiries are ongoing however her death is not being treated as suspicious.”