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Suffocation suspected as two women die in parked car in Hat Yai

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Two women were found dead in a car parked in downtown Hat Yai in the south of Thailand yesterday.

Only the driver was identified – police suspect that the pair suffocated due to lack of oxygen but investigations continue.

Suffocation suspected as two women die in parked car in Hat Yai | News by Samui TimesAt the wheel of the Ford Escape was 53 year old Thanyapat Khahasitrot from nearby Soi 18, Rat Uthit Road. Next to her was an unidentified 60 year old woman with her head leaning towards the driver.

The engine was running and the air conditioner was on. There was no sign of struggle, accident or theft.

A witness said that the car had been there for five hours since 3pm. They didn’t think anything of it at first thinking the women had some business and were waiting.

But when the witness came back and saw the car still there they knocked on the women and getting no reply called the cops.

Police said that the occupants seemed to have been waiting and fallen asleep resulting in dying due to lack of oxygen.

The bodies were sent for detailed examination as efforts were made to identify the second occupant of the car.

Thai Visa / Manager Online

Suffocation suspected as two women die in parked car in Hat Yai | News by Samui Times

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