Pattaya Daily News

27 March 2015 :: 09:03:38 am 100410

Cambodians Scuffle In Camp

Two groups of Cambodian construction workers who couldn’t come to an agreement about the flooding in their rooms ended up fighting with each other.
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SATTAHIP – March 25,2015 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 10.30 p.m., Pol.Lt. Thananchai Wongjampa (Deputy Inspector of Na Jomtian police station, Tambon Na Jomtian, Amphur Sattahip, Chon Buri province) was notified that there was a fight at a construction worker camp of Worakit Co Ltd. which is located in Soi Sukhumvit – Pattaya 4, beside a Na Jomtian Elephants’ camp, Moo 1 Tambon Na Jomtian, Amphur Sattahip, so he reported it to his superior and then went to inspect the at scene together with the rescue team of Sawang Boriboon Tharmma Satharn Rescue Foundation, Pattaya city.

 

At the scene the officers found 3 severely injured Cambodian workers identified as 1. Mr. Long aged 24, who had a severe wound to his back 2. Mr. Eoi, aged 25 who had been stabbed in his stomach and 3. Mr. Tee, aged 52 who had a wound to his head. Therefore the rescuers performed first aid on them before sending them to Banglamung hospital for further treatment.

 

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The police then found Mr. Tah, aged 22 a Cambodian nationality was hiding in the woods with a contused face. The eyewitnesses told the police that Mr. Tah was one of a Cambodian worker who used a knife to attack the other Cambodian workers, therefore he was detained for further investigation. He then told the police that the other troublemakers had already fled the scene.

 

Mr Tah told the police that the group had argued with him and his friends about the flooding and they couldn’t come to an agreement so Mr. Tah and over 10 friends assaulted the group severely injuring them.

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