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Remains of two men discovered in Sattahip.


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Tuesday 23rd June 2009


Remains of two men discovered in Sattahip.


The discovery of corpses in the seas off Pattaya and surrounding districts is an all-too-common occurrence and we now report on two such cases.

The first case occurred on Monday Afternoon and began with the gruesome discovery of a headless corpse which appeared to have been washed up on a beach located in Sattahip District. Police and rescue workers were called to the location to retrieve the remains of the headless corpse which will now be sent to a forensic lab for identification. Police have numerous missing person reports and in this case, they believe the corpse may be that of missing diving instructor Khun Wiwat who went missing on 10th May off the waters of Sattahip as he was attempting a rescue of one of his students who got into difficulties during a dive. The body of the student has already been found, however Khun Wiwat’s body had remained undiscovered. Police are now waiting for forensic test results.

The second case occurred on Tuesday Morning at the North Side of Sichang Island off the coast of Sriracha. A sea rescue unit was called to the location after a floating corpse was spotted in the sea. The body was taken to dry land where it was identified as the body of Khun Chanchai aged 18 who had been reported missing on 20th June. The shorts he was wearing matched with those found on the corpse and according to family members the dead man worked as a speed boat operator and on 20th he fell overboard during a passenger transfer to the Island and due to high winds and rough seas a rescue attempt at the time was not possible.



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