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26 February 2015 :: 07:02:22 am 99053

Missing Fisherman Found By Frogmen

The crew of a fishing boat in Pra-thueang jetty notified officials that a work colleague who was drunk had gone missing. His body was found the next morning by frogmen.
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SATTAHIP – February 25, 2015 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 10.30 a.m., Pol.Lt. Wisit Janthanalikhit (Inquiry official on duty of Sattahip police station, Chon Buri province) was notified that a crew member of a fishing boat had drowned at Pra-thueang jetty, Moo 2 Tambon Sattahip, Amphur Sattahip, Chon Buri province, so he rushed to inspect at scene together with divers of the Sawang Rojjana Tharmma Satharn Rescue Foundation, Sattahip.

 

At the scene near the end of the jetty the officers found a lot of fishermen crowding around to see what had happened and 2 frogmen were searching for the missing man in 7 meters of water. After around 10 minutes they found the missing man. The had a wound to his head and he had been dead for approximately 6 – 7 hours. He was identified as Mr. Thas, Burmese nationality, aged 35. The rescuers sent his body to Sattahip Hospital in order to find the exact cause of his death.

 

Pol.Lt. Wisit Janthanalikhit said that after questioning the crew he perceived that at approximately 1.00 a.m. on February 25, 2015, Mr. Thas (a deceased) who had been drinking with his co-workers near the jetty disappeared. The next morning his co-workers found a blood stain on the gunwale so they thought that Mr. Thas might have fallen into the sea so they notified the officers. Initially, the officers assumed that Mr. Thas was drunk and slipped hitting his head on the gunwale before falling into the water.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Community News

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