A Thai National was found dead at east coast park

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Untitled-77At late night a Thai national passed on at an East Coast Park shoreline on Monday night (March 21).

An observer said that he and his associates, who were going to a grill at the recreation center, had heard a shout for help at around 8.45pm and saw a horde of individuals get-together at a shoreline close to the East Coast Lagoon Food Village.

A man wearing surf shorts was lying oblivious on the shoreline, said the social insurance proficient, who did not wish to be named.

A couple of his partners, who are prepared medical attendants, performed cardiopulmonary revival (CPR) on the casualty for around 20 minutes before the police touched base on scene, he said.

In this way, the police set up a blue tent, he included. The Straits Times comprehends that the 37-year-old man is accepted to have suffocated.

The Singapore Civil Defense Force (SCDF) said it was alarmed to an occurrence at the East Coast Park tidal pond at around 8.50pm.

Upon entry, paramedics claimed a Thai national in his 30s dead at the scene, SCDF said.

Police said that examinations are continuous.

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