Volunteer rescuer dies after making an attempt to save life in Ayutthaya

A member of the Ayutthaya Ruam Jai Rescue Team died after performing CPR on a affected person within the early hours of this morning. The explanation for his dying is currently underneath investigation.
A fellow member of the rescue staff, Panya Choomanee, spoke to Channel 7 right now in regards to the demise of his friend, forty five 12 months previous Somsak Sisue.
At 3am at present, Somsak joined the staff to assist a worker at a producing plant within the Rojana Industrial Park. The employee misplaced consciousness and needed CPR. Somsak worked tirelessly to manage CPR to the affected person until the medical team from Uthai Hospital arrived at the scene. However, the hospital team confirmed that the patient had already handed away and left the positioning.
While the rescue group was making ready to transfer the patient’s body to his family, Somsak abruptly collapsed on the ground with blood coming out of his nostril.
The rest of the group instantly administered CPR to Somsak and contacted the hospital team that had just left the scene to return. However, Somsak handed away on the finest way to the hospital.
Currently, Restricted of his demise remains unknown and an post-mortem is being carried out at Thammasat University Hospital in Prathum Thani province.
Panya disclosed that Somsak was a motorbike taxi driver by profession and had been a volunteer with the group for over 15 years. He was always keen to help the staff every time he was free. Panya additionally talked about that Somsak had an underlying medical situation that could have contributed to his sudden dying.
Panya expressed his deep sorrow and conveyed the team’s condolences to Somsak’s family. Somsak’s dying was the third that the group had experienced recently. Two different rescuers, 25 12 months outdated Nattawut Lomgun and 24 year old Phanu Baanyaem, died 4 weeks ago..

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