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Man with breathing difficulty dies in taxi

A 49-year-old man died in a taxi in front of a luxury condo in Nonthaburi today (July 27) after  coming down from his unit and asking a guard to call one because he had breathing problems and was fatigued, TV Channel 7 said.

At around noon Pol. Lt . Niphon Polsawat, deputy inspector at Rattanathibet police station, received a report of a man dying in a cab in front of the condo in Bang Krasor subdistrict, Mueang district, Nonthaburi province, so rushed there together with a doctor from Institute of Forensic Science and Por Tek Tung Foundation rescuers.

At the scene, which is the ground floor of Building B in this condo complex, was parked a yellow taxi with the back door open. Dead on the rear passenger seat was Mr. Jesada (surname withheld), from Chachoengsao province.

The team had to put on PPE suits to check his body but found on wounds.


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The security guard told police that Jesada came down from his unit and asked him to quickly call a cab because he could not breath properly and felt tired. He rushed to call one and when it arrived, opened the rear door for him to get in.

However as soon as he sat in the cab, he slumped back and died.

Police have sent his body to the Institute of Forensic Science for a detailed autopsy to determine the cause of death and whether he was infected with coronavirus.

CAPTION:

The cab in which the man died late this morning. Thai headline says, “Fatigued, couldn’t breath, died in taxi.” Photo: TV Channel 7

 

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