Russian man tragically drowns off Patong Beach

A tragic incident occurred yesterday off the coast of Patong Beach when a Russian man drowned while swimming within the sea. The drowning was reported to the Patong Police Station at 7.55am, Bangkok Post reported. Rescue employees, lifeguards, and Patong Hospital personnel attempted to save the man.
Despite Class full to carry out cardiopulmonary resuscitation, the person couldn’t be saved. The man’s spouse knowledgeable the police that both she and her husband, fifty three year old Pavel Rafaylovich, have been Russian nationals. The couple had been staying at a resort close to the seashore and decided to go for an early morning swim.
Pavel swam around 7 kilometres away from the shore amidst strong waves when he began to wrestle. His spouse referred to as for help, and lifeguards rapidly entered the water to convey him back to the shore. Unfortunately, their attempts to resuscitate him had been unsuccessful, and he was pronounced lifeless.
Drownings in Thailand aren’t isolated incidents.
On April 18, an American man tragically drowned in a cave near the island of Koh Phi Phi Leh in Thailand’s Krabi province. The 51 yr old vacationer drowned in front of the Viking Cave in a coral diving area.
On March 19, a overseas tourist of unknown nationality tragically drowned at Pattaya Beach in Chon Buri province in jap Thailand. Rescue staff discovered a Western male estimated to be between fifty five and 60 years old lying on the seashore unconscious. Lifeguards and rescue employees performed CPR on the vacationer but sadly their efforts were unsuccessful..

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