The Moment of Her Death
This is what I wrote down from what I heard from the first-aid volunteer interview section on the Manager Radio. 97.75Mhz/98.25Mhz (may not be 100% exactly the same, but the key story is all here) I hope some newspaper will publish the transcript so I can do a more accurate version.
It was getting late in the evening and getting dark. She, her mother, and her sister and other PADs were walking back from parliament as suggest by a leader. And right then, police started firing at them in many sets. In each set, 1 shot to the sky, the other 2 targeted at the crowd. Tear gas were all around. I saw her mother laying down covering a body on the ground. He noticed that for a while, not sure whether they were death or alive. A while later, her mother move her head up looking for help. I quickly went in. Her mom said “My finger is gone, but I am ok. Please help my daughter”, so I tried to carry her from underneath her body. My eyes couldn’t see well, but I found out right then that her chest was gone. So I told her mom to let go and move away. I took her outside the killing area and decided to get back with a mini truck to get her body.
On the truck, I noticed police are all around the body. And the police started to hit and shake a truck. A driver had to run out, a while later.. We noticed a charity mini truck took her body away… not sure where the body was taken. Feeling worried, I know that her mom had to find her daughter’s body
The other story from the last person who talked with her while she was still alive.
All tear gas were around. Lots of people in the area.. I knew that I needed to go in to move them out of the area, but I didn’t know which one to help first. The old woman was also close to us. That is when she talked to me. “I am ok, I can take care of myself, please help her first“
I think that is her last word.
Please help spreading this story to the rest of the world
I, A VERY SMALL PART OF PEOPLE’S ALLIANCE FOR DEMOCRACY, WOULD LIKE TO HONOR YOU.
Ms. Angkana Radabphanyawuth (อังคณา ระดับปัญญาวุฒิ) or Bow (her nickname).
She is 28 years old lady.
She has graduated from the Assumption University of Thailand and is currently running her family business
Dr. Wicharn Preawnum, the head of forensic laboratory unit at the Ramathibodi Hospital said that the cause of her death was from her penetrated heart and bleeding in her lung by a hot solid item impacting in very fast speed. The attack can compare with the fall from a 3-level building.
Her family is the PAD family. Her mother and her sister were also injured from fragments of explosion
She has plan to marry next year.
Thai police said a day before that “…Her torn arm looks like nipping something that is capable of exploding which is not a tool used by police…”
PAD protesters mourn the death of a young female PAD protester who died in the police’s raid in the evening of October 7. Mrs. Angkana Radubpanyawoot, age 28, died of a large blast wound to the left side of her chest. PAD protesters fell silent to honour the victim and honoured those who have been injured by the multiple tear gas attacks.
PAD protesters mourn the death of a former police, Pol.Lt.Col.Methee Chartmontri, a frontline PAD security chief, from Buriram who died in the police’s raid in the afternoon of October 7. He died immediately besides a blasted car, parked near the protest site. He had a wife and two young daughter 7 and 3. PAD fell silent to honour him and attend his funeral
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