KARACHI – A man said to be distressed over his personal finances ended his life while two sanitary workers died in a sewage line in the city on Monday.In the first incident, a man ended his life at his residence in Manzoor Colony. The deceased, 27-year-old Rao Mohammad Imran, son of Rao Mohammad Ghulam, committed suicide with the help of his licenced pistol. Police officials said the deceased used to work as a broker at the Karachi Stock Exchange. He was under a debt of Rs0.4 million which he could not pay back and committed suicide. The body was shifted to the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) for medico-legal formalities and later handed over to the heirs.Separately, two sanitary workers died due to toxic gases while opening a choked sewage line in Metrovil area. A rescue team immediately shifted them to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital (ASH). According to a doctor, the two workers died to toxic gas accumulated in the sewer. They were identified as Anwar Maseeh, 50, and Naeem Maseeh, 35, son of Younis Maseeh. Both the victims were residents of Nusrat Bhutto Colony.