Monday, 28 March 2016

3/28/2016 02:20:00 am
Georges Carraz

Police have identified the body of a foreign man found on Surin Beach in Phuketprovince on the morning of March 26.

“We received a report at about 7:00 that someone working out on the beach had come across the body. The dead man was face down in the sand with his arms crossed and pressed against his chest, when we got there” said Lt Peerasit Nhupayan of the Cherng Talay Police.

Since the man was carrying no documents, police was not able to identify the man on the scene. However, after becoming suspicious about a Nissan Sunny car that had been parked at a parking lot near the beach, he was identified the following day as 66-year-old Georges Carraz from England.

“There were no signs of a struggle on the beach and no visible injuries, except for a plaster on one of his feet,” Lt Peerasit said.

“We believe that he died about six hours before his body was found, so we are looking for witnesses and CCTV evidence that might give us a clue about what had happened, ” Lt Peerasit said.

Cherng Talay Police have confirmed that the man’s relatives have been notified while doctors have yet to conclude the cause of death.

Source: Phuket Gazette

Unidentified Foreign male

A road accident in Chiang Mai province this morning caused the death of a male foreigner, Thai news website Manager Online reports.

The accident occurred at around 6:00 Sunday morning on Super Highway Rd in Central Chiang Mai near Kham Thiang Market.

According to drivers who had witnessed the accident, the foreigner, coming from Atsadathon Rd, was riding his black Suzuki 650cc motorcycle with high speed toward the intersection and turned left on Super Highway Rd.

When he saw a scooter driven by a Thai woman in front of him, he attempted to break but ended up crashing directly into the vehicle. He then lost control of his motorcycle and slid into a construction barrier next to the road.

The man, who was not wearing a helmet, died on scene while the woman received minor injuries and was sent to a nearby hospital.

Since the deceased was carrying no identification documents at the time of the incident, Chang Phueak Police Station is now trying to identify the foreigner who they estimate to be around 35 years old. His body has been sent to Maharaj Nakorn Chiang Mai Hospital.

Source: Manager Online

Yasushi Higashi

A Japanese executive of Panasonic Industrial Devices Thailand was found dead inside the bathtub of his Bangkok condominium room this morning.

Thonglor Police Station was informed about a possible death inside the Grand Heritage Thonglor at 8:30 Sunday morning by a manager of the condominium, Pol Capt Danuwat Bunjaem said. Officers and medical workers from King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital together with Poh Teck Tung rescue volunteers arrived shortly after at the hotel in Soi Thonglor 13 in Bangkok’s Wattana district.

When they opened the door to room 21/30 on the 4th floor and inspected the premises, they found the body of 55-year-old Japanese Yasushi Higashi lying dead in the tub inside the bathroom. Mr Yasushi reportedly worked as executive of Panasonic Industrial Devices Thailand in Bangkok before his death.

Pol Capt Danuwat and other investigating officers did not find any signs of a struggle on the scene and revealed that the door had been locked from the inside.

To determine the cause of death, the body has been sent to King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital. However, Pol Capt Danuwat assumes that Mr Yasushi might have died from a pre-existing medical condition.

Grigorii Baksheev

A 54-year-old Russian national collapsed while taking a shower and died in Phuketfrom what doctors conclude had been heart failure.

The death was reported by Patong Hospital at around 17:40 on Saturday afternoon. At the hospital, officers from Patong Police Station questioned Natalia Sharapova, 44, who was named as a friend who had been staying with the deceased at a hotel at TriTrang Beach.

The two had checked in on March 19 and were due to check out March 27, Ms Sharapova told the police. However, at about 16:30, Mr Baksheev reported chest pains while taking a shower.

When he collapsed, Ms Sharapova called for help from hotel staff, who attempted CPR on the man before an ambulance was dispatched. Doctors’ efforts to revive the man were unsuccessful, Mr Baksheev died at the scene.

An initial examination confirmed severe heart failure as primary cause of death. A subsequent inspection of the hotel room found nothing unusual.

Source: Phuket News

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