Probe into Phoenix salvage death sinks

Probe into Phoenix salvage death sinks

By The Phuket News

 

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Divers work during the salvage effort to recover the sunken Phoenix tour boat. Photo: PR Dept

 

PHUKET:-- The investigation into the death of a diver working on the project to salvage the sunken Phoenix tour boat last week has stalled, with police accepting the official cause of death as a ‘lack of oxygen”.

 

Niphat ‘Joch’ Kludnak, 37,an employee of Spitz Tech Co Ltd, died after passing out and failling into the water from the back of the salvage boat on Sept 29.

 

Phuket Public Relations Department Chief Bussaya Chaipeum issued a statement three days later (Oct 2), stating that Mr Niphat died at 12:30pm on Sept 29 at the site where the sunken Phoenix lies on the seabed.

 

Full Story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/probe-into-phoenix-salvage-death-sinks-68951.php#eCVK1ORy4lzbE72k.97

 
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