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12 March 2011 :: 13:03:17 pm 51465

Boy Jammed In Electrical Gate Devastates Mum

The mother was devastated to find her 3-year-old boy being jammed in the electrical gate, after she accidentally closed the gate on him.
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Sattahip, 11th March 2011 [Pattaya Daily News]: At 6.30 p.m., Mr. Narong Boonbanjerdsri the mayor of Sattahip, Chonburi and the Chairman of Sawang Rojjanatham Foundation were approached by Mr. Natdanai Chandee, aged 25 (resides at 234/17 Navy House 17 Village Moo 6 Sattahip, Chonburi) because his son, Nr. Nantipat or Rabbit Jandee, aged 3 (grade 1 pupil) from Thammasirisuksa Sattahip School, was jammed in the electrical gate. The mayor rushed to the crime scene.

At the scene, the boy was jammed at the chest level in between the metal bars of the electrical gate. His body was raised about 1 meter above the ground. His parents were very frightened. The paramedic officers spent over 10 minutes to rescue the boy out of the bars.

After questioning, the father told the police that he was washing the car in the garage. His son was calling out for his cat, Tono to come inside the house. Then, the father shouted out to the mother to open the gate without knowing that his son was already caught in the gate. Both parents tried to pull the boy out but he was stuck too tightly. The boy’s constant screaming was heartbreaking for the mother. Mum and dad were both helpless. They went out to seek help to rescue their boy. Fortunately, the rescue operation was a success.

Afterwards, the boy was taken to Queen Sirikit Navy Hospital, Sattahip. Fortunately, the boy only had bruising on his face and chest. No broken bones were found in the body.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Community News

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