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Pattaya—At 4:20 PM, on March 2nd, 2024, Pattaya Rescue Radio Center received a report of a drowning foreign tourist at Pattaya Beach, Bang Lamung, Chonburi.


The emergency services were urgently dispatched to Pattaya Beach and found an unconscious foreign tourist, aged from 50 to 60, who was brought to the shore.

 

The Pattaya Beach lifeguards and rescue teams performed first aid before transferring the foreign tourist to the Pattaya City Hospital for immediate medical treatment.

 

By Kittisak Phalaharn

 

Full story: THE PATTAYA NEWS 2024-03-04

 

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A lot of times, if a person drowns and has salt water in there lungs, even if they were revived may they die at the hospital of pneumonia or secondary drowning...

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1 hour ago, flyingtlger said:

A lot of times, if a person drowns and has salt water in there lungs, even if they were revived may they die at the hospital of pneumonia or secondary drowning...

that's the job of the hospital to prevent that, no secret that happens

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4 hours ago, flyingtlger said:

A lot of times, if a person drowns and has salt water in there lungs, even if they were revived may they die at the hospital of pneumonia or secondary drowning...

Digesting sewage offshore Pattaya will not help

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Perhaps main function of lifeguards is to retrieve bodies of the drowned.

My experience over the years of observing them is that they spend their time together in groups of 4-5, looking at smart phones, rarely looking towards the sea. Keeping a vigilant watch towards the sea doesn't seem to be in job description

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