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09 September 2014 :: 01:09:56 am 91678

Disease Out Break In Sattahip

A disease outbreak has spread amongst people living in Sattahip. Its affected over 610 people who have suffered diarrhea, stomach ache and vomiting.
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SATTAHIP – September 7, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 15.00 pm SGT.Prasert Pitakkorn-mayor of Samae Sarn sub-district- revealed that there were a lot of people who had been suffering from stomach ache, diarrhea and vomiting for no reason. It’s expected that there was some type of disease in the area. Plus someone had left about 10 packs of decomposed fish on a waste pile.


Reporters revealed that around 610 had been to see the doctor at the Queen Sirikit hospital and they had all suffered stomach ache, diarrhea and vomiting. Also 35 people went to Abhakornkiartwong hospital and 14 people went to Sattahip hospital. Plus there were a lot of people who were suffering from the same symptoms but hadn’t been to see the doctor.


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Initially the reporters asked Mr.Anek Wetchapan-director of Sattahip water works- about the issue that the tap water in Sattahip was polluted and had stunk for months and there was a lot of dead fish in the reservoir. Mr.Anek revealed that there was dead fish in reservoir but it might be due to the lack of oxygen in the water. Also he insisted that the tap water was clean. In addition they had inspected KO ice plant in Sattahip but they don’t use tap water to produce the ice.


Mrs.Angkana Saengpetch a 47 year old KO ice plant owner revealed that the public health officers had inspected the ice plant because they expected the cause of outbreak was dirty ice. The officers took samples of the water which is used to produce ice to test it in a lab in order to find out the cause of the infection. While Mrs Angkana insisted that her ice was not the cause of plague.


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She added that she and SGT. Prasert went to inspect a waste pile and they found many packs of decomposed fish. Also Mr Mitr Kaenduang aged 50 who is a junk collector said that a truck dumped them there 2 weeks ago so they collected some samples and sent them to the public health to be inspected.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Community News

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