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10 March 2011 :: 10:03:49 am 51243

Lao Man Strangles His Thai Ex-Wife

A Lao ex-husband strangled his recently separated ex-wife when she refused to reconcile with him for the sake of their one year-old son.
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Pattaya, 8th March 2011, [Pattaya Daily News]: At 13:00, Police Colonel Somunk Jankhate from Banglamung Police Station, Chonburi, was notified by the Banglamung hospital that a Thai woman has been admitted to the emergency department, presented with severe suffocation. The incident occurred at Amon Market, Moo 5, Naklua District, Banglamung, Chonburi. Police began their immediate investigation.

At the hospital, the victim was in a critical condition. She was admitted to the emergency room, undergoing immediate resuscitation. The patient has been suffocating for a long time. The nurse had to apply a ventilator over her nasal area to assist her breathing. Severe bruises and dark green marks were found around her neck. The patient was later transferred to Chonburi hospital, which would provide her with better care due to their latest medical equipment.

The victim was known as Bang-Orn Chanuwong (a.k.a Tang), aged 28. She was the employee of Ice Factory at New Naklua Market.

A witness reported that on the day of the incident, Ms. Bang-orn was delivering an Ice to a customer at Amon market. The customer turned out to be her 31 year-old Lao ex-husband, Mr. Khammuang or Petch. They were recently separated. When arrived at Mr. Khammuang’s place, the ex-husband wanted to reconcile with the victim because they had a one year-old son together. However, Mrs. Bang-Orn refused reconciliation. The ex-husband was furious, so he grabbed a nearby nylon rope and tightened it around her neck until the victim passed out. After that, the suspect ran away.

Luckily, a good Samaritan nearby, who witnessed the situation, came to help Mrs. Bang-Orn and send her to Banglamung Hospital.

The police are currently recording the victim’s daily medical progress, while waiting for her recovery. The police hope that Mrs. Bang-Orn’s testimony would help them to find the young Lao suspect quickly and prosecute him.

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Crime News

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