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27 November 2007 :: 13:11:47 pm 38503

AFTER ARREST, ILLEGAL PREGNANT KHMER WORKER LOSES BABY

Pattaya police arrested twenty-two illegal Khmer workers. A Khmer woman, who was seven months pregnant, had a miscarriage while she was in jail, overnight. Police speculated that the miscarriage was caused by the strain of working too hard.
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On 27 November 2007, at 12:10am, Police Captain Jaturaphat Singhasathit and Police Captain Suphin Naoprakone, Deputy Traffic Police Inspector, Pattaya, were on duty, checking traffic conditions at Theprasit-Sukhumvit Station, Moo 12, Nongprue, Banglamung, Chonburi. They came upon a beat up, gray Toyota truck, license 8093, whose back cargo area was filled with male and female workers, as well as, a child coming from Sattahip to Pattaya. While the truck was stopped at the traffic light, the police asked to see the foreign workers’ legal papers.
The driver, Mr. Samuen Yae-rum (35) from Burirum Province, who was in charge of the workers asked for lenience. He explained that there were ten illegal male and eleven illegal female workers, as well as, a child; twenty-two people in all. In addition, one of the female workers was pregnant. All of them worked in or around the Baan Umphur area, Sattahip, and were on their way home to North Pattaya. The law is the law and all of them were arrested, including Mr. Samuen, the head worker. They were sent to Pattaya Investigation Police.

At around 2:30am, on the same night, Police Lieutenant Chanathat Nawakunrangsi, Pattaya, was notified by Pol.Niran Juenkwan, a jail guard, that Mrs. Neang (40), the Khmer worker who was seven months pregnant, had severe pains in her stomach. She was bleeding heavily and officials suspected that she was having a miscarriage. Officials immediately informed Sawang Boriboon Rescue so that the woman could receive medical attention. She was transferred to Banglamung Hospital.

The examination determined that Mrs. Neang had, indeed, miscarried her baby. Officials speculated that the miscarriage was probably caused by her working too hard. Mrs. Neang was in satisfactory condition. Police will report the incident to their chief.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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