Myanmar patient shot dead at hospital”s ward

Myanmar patient shot dead at hospital"s ward

Before the killing, the individual claims she had borrowed funds from a coworker.

Myanmar patient shot dead at hospital's ward
On Friday, criminal officials gather information at the picture of a gun attack in a hospital clinic in the Muang area, Khon Kaen. ( Photo: Chakkrapan Natanri )

KHON KAEN: A Myanmar person was shot dead on Friday morning while undergoing surgery at a common hospital in Muang area.

The shooting took place at Khon Kaen Hospital’s man surgery building, said Pol Col Yotsawat Kaewsuebthanyanit, commander of Muang city officers. Around 1 a.m., the incident was reported to the authorities. &nbsp,

Kyaw Swar Aong, 29, was discovered inside a clinic on the second floor with a bullet wound to his frontal bone by police and criminal officers. He was moved to the disaster hospital for treatment by the hospital, but he was later declared dead.

His Thai girl, who declined to be identified, claimed that her partner was taken to the hospital on Wednesday after a tumor was found in his rear. He was awaiting procedure before the killing.

In Khon Kaen, the pair worked at a hunting web shop. They had been living together in a occupied room in this northeastern state for more than four times. She vowed that he had no issues with someone. She merely learned later that he had given the debtor’s ATM cards as a guarantee for the product after borrowing 12, 000 ringgit from a coworker at the same manufacturer.

The girl claimed that on Friday, a medical team was scheduled to have his tumor removed.

According to Pol Col Yotsawat, the assailant pretended to be a guest and asked a caregiver about the patient’s clinic. The shooter quickly fled after firing a chance at the patient as they entered the ward.

According to Pol Col Yotsawat,” Police are examining closed-circuit broadcast footage and working with an inspection team to get clues about the suspect, particularly a Burmese national working in the same factory who disappeared and is believed to have fled to another place.”

Pol Col Yotsawat Kaewsuebthanyanit, commander of Khon Kaen’s Muang city authorities, shows a picture from CCTV images of the gunman who shot dead a person in a hospital clinic in Khon Kaen. Police offer a 10, 000- baht cash reward for information leading to his arrest. ( Photo: Chakkrapan Natanri )