Pattaya Daily News

02 November 2013 :: 16:11:51 pm 79487

Englishman Dies In Front Of Wife

A British ‘English teacher’ from Sattahip had a heart attack and sadly died in front of his Thai wife in their apartment. He had serious heart disease and complained of chest pains, so it left his ‘wife’ feeling very sad and lonely.
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SATTAHIP – November 2, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; This happened at 02.30 am, when Police Lieutenant Captain Watcharapol Waisusee, (the detective officer of that shift), received a report that a foreigner had died in Room C1, on the third floor of “The One” apartments, at 162/6, Bang Saray, in Sattahip, which lies south of Pattaya City in Thailand’s Chonburi Province. The police went to the scene with ‘Queen Sirikit’ Naval Hospital medical department doctors, plus rescuers from the “Sawangrojjana Thammasathan” Foundation in Sattahip.

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At the fatality scene the rescuers found the body of 47-years old, Mr. Roy Tucker, a British ‘English teacher’ lying on his back on top of the bed. He was wearing grey shorts (stained with his urine), as he had died an hour earlier and there sitting sadly beside his body, was 28-years old Miss Wasana Karnbanjong, his Thai ‘wife’ from Nakon Rachseema. In the room, rescuers found heart disease medicine scattered around, which belonged to the deceased man. As a primary objective, the rescuers sent his body for an autopsy at the “Forensic Institute,” to find out the exact cause for the death of Mr. Tucker.

Miss Wassana Karnbanjong, his ‘wife’ said that she had known Mr. Tucker since the ‘Songkran Festival’ of this year and they lived together as a couple, but had not registered a ‘marriage certificate’ yet. They rented the room and lived together and every day Mr. Tucker went out to teach English in many of the schools in Sattahip. She knew all along that he was not healthy, because he had heart disease and before he died, he said he felt pains in his heart. Mr. Tucker told her to give him his medicine, but it did not make him feel better and then he convulsed and died in front of her, so she is feeling very sad because of his untimely death. Most hospitals tell people with heart problems to go to a hospital urgently, even if they do not think that their pain is serious, but if they live far from a hospital, then it may be too late.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Community News

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