Thai man searching honey in forest dies from bee stings

Bootleg died from bee stings yesterday after he and his associates hunted for honey in the Phu Phan National Park within the Isaan province of Kalasin.
The deceased was identified as 51 12 months previous Thongphan Jitchomphu. His physique was found hanging from a vine 10 metres above the ground within the forest. A rescue team and locals helped to retrieve Thongphan’s body, discovering numerous bee sting wounds on his face and body.
Thongphan went hunting for honey with his Somsak, who was the primary to report the death to locals and rescue providers. Somsak explained that this was his first time searching honey, and Thongphan was extra experienced. Somsak stated Thongphan instructed him to avoid the hive whereas he went up to collect the honey.
Somsak said Thongphan was sporting a balaclava and climbed up a tree with a lit torch to smoke out the bees from the hive. Five minutes later, Thongphan shouted that he got stung.
Somsak instantly went to examine and located Thongphan hanging unconscious from the tree by a vine wrapped around his ankle. He rushed to the community to seek help, but sadly, it was too late, and Thongphan passed away.
A native man who assisted the rescuers – Kongkham Phonyium – talked about that the smoke and hot climate might have contributed to the severity of Thongphan’s response to the bee stings.
Thongphan’s physique was sent to a hospital for an post-mortem to find out his precise cause of death.
It is possible that Thongphan was allergic to bee stings, as was the case with a sixty nine year old British man, Stephen Leonard Prince, in Phuket three weeks ago.
Prince was stung only as soon as while riding a motorbike. His spouse provided him with the EpiPen instantly, nevertheless it was not effective. The spouse explained that Prince had a historical past of allergies to honey and had experienced a severe allergic response when stung by a bee on his hand previously. Prince was also allergic to ant bites and other insect bites..

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