Finnish man seriously injured after fall from building in Pattaya

PUBLISHED ON TUE, AUG 8, 2017 10:59 AM

 

Finnish man seriously injured after fall from building in Pattaya

 

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Picture: Siamchon

 

PATTAYA: -- Police are investigating the circumstances which resulted in a Finnish man falling from a disused building in Pattaya.

 

Hussein Maher, 61, is believed to have fallen from the second of the building located at Midnight Mall on Soi BJ in Nong Prue, in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

 

It is not known why Mr Maher was in the building at that time.

 

Siamchon News reported that an unnamed friend said that Mr Maher was the owner of the building and could have visited the premises in the early hours to inspect some renovation work that is being carried out on the property.

 

Mr Maher suffered serious injuries and was rushed to hospital.

 

Police have said they will speak to Mr Maher once his condition has improved.

 

Source: Siamchon News

 
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