Chinese casino worker dies from food poisoning after eating in restaurant

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Chinese casino worker dies from food poisoning after eating in restaurant

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Fri Jan 26, 2018 5:34 pm

Kratie: A 32 year old Chinese man named XIONG YANG who worked at Heng Heng Casino died of food poisoning on January 25, at Snoul District, Kratie province.

According to staff who work with the victim, before the incident the victim ate seafood with Chinese food tofu at the restaurant near the casino. After eating, suddenly the victim was suffered of seizures, and spit, and then died after being taken to Snoul local hospital.

The officer Mr. Chan Sokim confirmed after examination that the death of the victim was due to food poisoning.

A reminder not to eat seafood in Cambodia when you are far from the sea.
However, it's strange that he was the only victim. Perhaps he had an allergy to seafood. RIP.
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Re: Chinese casino worker dies from food poisoning after eating in restaurant

Post by pczz » Fri Jan 26, 2018 5:54 pm

Or perhaps the restaurant owner had an allergy to chinese
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