She had sent to the hospital on January 12th and died the next day.
When: January 13th, 2021
Where: On Nut Road, Prawet district, Bangkok
Victim: Ms. Pannida, 29
What: Police and rescuers found another victim of the “k-powder” that has led to numerous overdose deaths in the Bangkok area over the past week. This time, it was a 29 year old woman from Phayao province, Ms. Pannida, who was found dead in an On Nut condo in Bangkok.
Relatives of the deceased said that she went to the doctor on January 12th with breathing difficulty. She went back home to her condo and died shortly after. Forensics teams and an autopsy revealed that COVID19 was not a cause of death and that narcotics were found in her system.
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My take: When this is all said and done, it would not surprise me if fentanyl is involved in these overdose deaths. I’ve wrote extensively about the fentanyl issue in South East Asia in a report I put out last month.
Fentanyl is now in the region and even if fentanyl is not involved in these deaths, it’s only a matter of time before the crushing reality of the stuff hits the streets and villages of Thailand and South East Asia.
Here’s my close look at a massive fentanyl bust from February 2020: https://truecrimethailand.substack.com/p/myanmars-apocalyptic-drug-bust
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