23-year-old girlfriend of nightclub singer reported as 19th death of Mountain B club fire in Sattahip

Sattahip —

A 23-year-old woman who was the girlfriend of the deceased singer in the Mountain B club fire died today, August 15th.

Athitaya, who was also the girlfriend of the singer who previously passed away in the fire is the 19th fatality of the Mountain B club fire in Chonburi’s Sattahip district.

Her mother who asked TPN media not to reveal her full name told her story on Facebook, “I was allowed to see my daughter on Mother’s Day, August 12th. She was wrapped in bandages with only her nose and mouth exposed for a breathing tube and was barely responsive. The doctor told me her body was burnt almost 100 percent, but she could still hang on due to her age.”

On August 13th, her mother carried on, “I was lost for words when my daughter’s child asked me about her. Her symptoms only got worse. She had blood poisoning. I knew she wanted to communicate because I saw her cry. I thanked everyone for the blood donations needed.”

On August 14th, her mother wrote on Facebook, “The doctor said my daughter was incredibly strong to hang on this long despite her excruciating injuries. But they told me she might not be able to pass this night. Her heart could stop beating anytime.”

Finally, on August 15th, the mother confirmed on Facebook that her daughter Athitaya has passed away at the age of 23.

Ice, Athitaya’s nickname, is the girlfriend of the deceased singer, Mr. Chatchai Chuenkha, who died in the fire on the day of the incident. She is the 19th fatality of the Mountain B club fire, following a 17-year-old girl who passed away on August 12th.

Her photo has been used with permission from the family. TPN media gives our sincerest condolences to her family and friends.


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