Pattaya Daily News

31 October 2015 :: 09:10:28 am 108730

Sattahip Navy Officer Found Unconscious in His Car

Rescue teams were called after a Navy officer was found unconscious in his car.
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The rescue team of Sawang Rojjana Tharmma Satharn Sattahip Rescue Foundation urgently took a Chief Petty Officer First Class (who belongs to a Reconnaissance Battalion of Amphur Sattahip) out of his car to perform a Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation CPR in order to rescue him after he was so tired and sleeping in his car that was parked on a roadside in the midst of strong sunlight on the way back to his home. The doctor revealed that he had already been out of danger.


SATTAHIP – October 30th 2015 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 2.30 p.m. Sawang Rojjana Tharmma Satharn Sattahip Rescue Foundation were notified that there was an unconscious man in a green Mazda Space Cab which was parked at a roadside near Sor beach, Reconnaissance Battalion Camp, Moo 3 Tambon Sattahip, Amphur Sattahip, Chon Buri province, so they rushed to inspect at scene.


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At scene, the rescuers found the car parked on the side of the road with the engine running and Chief Petty Officer First Class Samart Saensuk, aged 55 inside the car unconscious in the driver’s seat. The rescuers then pried the car door open and performed (CPR) for him. He was then sent to the Queen Sirikit hospital for treatment.


Upon questioning Chief Petty Officer First Class Naret Boonpha said that he was on his way home when he noticed the car parked on the side of the road with First Class Samart inside. He then banged the window but there was no reply so he called the rescue team for help. Luckily he was rescued in time and is now recovering in hospital.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Community News

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