Foreign vacationer drowns at Pattaya Beach

A overseas tourist of unknown nationality tragically drowned at Pattaya Beach in Chon Buri province in jap Thailand yesterday.
At Verify , the Sawang Boriboon Thammasat Rescue Foundation was knowledgeable that a foreign tourist was pulled out from the water at Pattaya Beach in Nong Prue subdistrict, Bang Lamung district.
Rescue workers found a Western male estimated to be between fifty five and 60 years previous lying on the seashore unconscious.
Lifeguards and rescue workers performed CPR on the vacationer but sadly their efforts have been unsuccessful. The tourist’s id has not yet been confirmed.
A Thai lady, 44 yr old Bang-on Somphan, informed the police that the deceased typically got here to the seashore to swim alone.
Bang-on mentioned she didn’t see the person drowning but said that two Indian vacationers strolling alongside the seaside noticed the man struggling in the water and pulled him out onto the seaside.
The man’s body has been taken for an autopsy to confirm whether drowning was the reason for demise.
Authorities are working on identifying the deceased to tell his embassy and relatives.
Officials warn tourists to be cautious swimming – particularly alone – at this time as there are robust waves, sturdy currents and strong winds.
Last week, a 55 12 months old Russian man drowned whereas swimming in the sea near an island in Krabi province in southern Thailand.
On March 6, a fifty eight 12 months old German man drowned at Koh Samui‘s Chaweng Beach.
On February 28, a Taiwanese tourist drowned while snorkelling close to an island in Krabi province.
In January, lifeguards at Jomtien Beach in Pattaya saved a international vacationer of unknown nationality from drowning. It is estimated that he was submerged underneath the water for 5 to 10 minutes.
In November last 12 months, a Russian tourist drowned whereas swimming at Karon Beach on the west coast of Phuket..

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