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30 July 2007 :: 16:07:57 pm 43519

NORWEGIAN MAN HAD A STROKE ON HIS WAY TO EXERCISE TOO LATE TO SAFE HIS LIFE

Norwegian man fainted at the entrance of a hotel on his way to his normal morning exercise. A security man attempted to safe his life and called the ambulance. It was too late that the man had a strong twitching action and passed away.
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On the 29 July 2007, at 05.00 am, Pol. Capt. Somporn Supolsongkram, Dong Tan police station, rushed to Tien-Thong Hotel, at No. 154, Moo 12, Jomtien Soi 7, Nongprue, Banglamung, Chonburi, with Sawang Boriboon rescue, after having a phone call that there is a foreign guy fainted at the entrance and died.
At the entrance the hotel, there was a dead body of man on the floor, wearing a patterned shorts and without shirt. His name is Mr. Tok Arnk Olafsen (47) from Norway, stayed at room No. 270, on the 8th floor. Police investigated his body and found no evidence of being attacked.

Mr. Jaran Trairatree, (52), a condo security told police that during his guard duty at the front , he saw Mr. Olafsen was walking out of the hotel to go to exercise as usual and did not pay much attention. He had to turn back and look as he heard a noise of someone fell. And there Mr. Olafsen fainted, lying on the floor and switching. He ran to him and tried to help, also looked for some medication that Mr. Olafsen might have with him, but he found nothing and could not do much. Mr. Jaran immediately called hotel staff to take Mr. Olafsen to the hospital but it was too late.  Mr. Olafsen had a stronger twitching and passed away.

Police assumed that Mr. Olafsen could have some kind of congenital disease that caused him to faint and died. Police had transferred his body to the hospital for autopsy.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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