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30 March 2013 :: 15:03:47 pm 73408

Elderly Sattahip Woman Dies From Bathroom Fall

A 52-year-old woman was found dead in the bathroom of her Sattahip village house. Police found no injuries or suspicious evidence. The woman had used the restroom during the night and apparently fainted and hit her head on the floor, police speculated.
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SATTAHIP – March 29, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; At 8 a.m., a report of a woman found dead at her home was received by Pol. Capt. Narate Boonthee, investigation officer, Sattahip police station.

The victim lived with her younger sister, the village head administration of Bang Saray, at Moo 9 address 128 Tambon Bang Sarey, Amphur Sattahip, Chonburi province. The rescue officers of Sawangrojjanatharmmasatharn Sattahip foundation went to the scene along with police.

Officers arrived at a 1-story house serving as the village head administration office. The woman’s body was found in the restroom at the back of the house. She was identified as Mrs. Sasiphim Boonmak, age 52, the owner of the house. Her naked body was lying down next to the toilet.

Police estimated the victim had been dead for approximately 6 hours. Her body did not have any wounds or injuries, or showed any evidence she had been murdered.

Police questioned the victim’s younger sister, identified as Mrs. Phattarawadee Kannasut, the village head of Bang Saray Moo 9. She said that her elder sister lived together in the house with her and her husband, Mr. Sommai Jinda, age 57.

Before the incident occurred, she was sleeping with her husband. Then at about 2 a.m., her elder sister went to the restroom and didn’t come back. When everyone woke up, they found that she died in the restroom.

For the cause of death, police assumed that the victim had many congenital diseases. Her sister mentioned the victim had diarrhea for 2 days continuously, which may have weakened her. So when she went to the restroom at night, she might have gotten dizzy and fell down and hit her head hit on the floor, causing her to die.

Pol. Capt. Narate Boonthee, investigation officer on duty, said that initially from inspecting the corpse, the police still could not determine the cause of death. So according to the law, they had to send the corpse to perform an autopsy at Sattahip hospital to find the exact cause of death.

But if her relatives did not question the presumed cause of death, and if was it found that the victim died because of her congenital disease, then the police will allow the relatives to pick up the corpse to perform religious rites.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Community News

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