Thai Woman Plunges to Death at Pattaya Condo

Pattaya —

A Thai woman plunged to her death at a 32-story condominium complex in the Naklua sub-distict of Pattaya on Tuesday night, October 3rd.

Pol. Lt. Col. Chanan Kaserabua, the deputy investigator of the Pattaya Police Station, received a report of a person falling from a condominium complex on Naklua Road in Banglamung district, Chonburi province at 7 PM yesterday, and rushed to the scene with rescue workers and a paramedic team from Banglamung Hospital.

Upon arrival at the 32-story building whose name was withheld by law enforcement pending a further investigation, the authorities found the body of a Thai woman on the fifth-floor parking garage area. The woman, whose name has been withheld by police, was 32-years-old and was pronounced dead at the scene due to grievous injuries.

During an inspection of the body, police discovered slit marks on the throat and both of the deceased’s wrists. She was found in a pool of blood wearing a green evening gown and had short dyed gold hair. Further examination by police uncovered that she might have fallen from her room on the 24th floor. The authorities cordoned off the area and covered the victim with a white sheet before transporting her to a nearby hospital.

In an interview with a security guard who witnessed the incident, he told The Pattaya News that he heard a loud sound resembling an explosion. It prompted him to come and check the parking lot only to find that the victim had fallen and already passed away. He immediately contacted the police.

Pol. Lt. Col. Chanan stated that no signs of struggle were found inside the victim’s room. However, police found a razor blade and a suicide note reportedly written by the victim, which expressed dissatisfaction with her job.

The cause of the fall has yet to be determined, but the police are leaning towards the possibility of suicide. Pol. Lt. Col. Chanan stated that further examination of the CCTV footage, evidence, and an autopsy will be pursued to determine the exact cause of the incident.

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Aim Tanakorn
The local news translator at The Pattaya News. Aim is a twenty-four year old who currently lives in Bangkok. Interested in English translation, story-telling, and entrepreneurship, he believes that hard-working is an indispensable component of every success in this world.