51yo South Korean WOOSUNG LEE Dies at Royal Angkor Hospital

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51yo South Korean WOOSUNG LEE Dies at Royal Angkor Hospital

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Thu Aug 09, 2018 4:45 pm

Siem Reap, Cambodia News: On August 09,2018, at 05:20 am, a 51-year-old South Korean man, Woosung Lee, died of blocked heart blood vessels at the Royal Angkor Hospital in Siem Reap.

The police said the victim was a tourist who arrived in Cambodia on July 29, 2018. He was staying with his Cambodian girlfriend, Phan Sophan in Siem Reap. The victim's girlfriend said, around 5 am on 9 August, her boyfriend was taken to the hospital because he was feeling ill. He passed away shortly afterwards.

The police and Mr. Eth Chopcharoth conducted an autopsy, which determined that the victim died of blocked heart blood vessels. The police kept the body at the Royal hospital waiting for the decision of the family and the embassy. RIP.
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