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Pattaya: Police chief dies from suspected heart attack on way to meeting in Bangkok

 

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Pattaya's acting station chief Pol Col Atinan Nutchanat has died aged 59 just one year ahead of retirement from the force. 

 

Pol Col Atinan was on his way to a meeting in Bangkok when he began experiencing chest pains and passed out.

 

His driver took him to Muang Chonburi hospital where doctors managed to revive him with CPR but shortly thereafter his heart stopped again and he was pronounced dead at 1.49 pm. 

 

Doctors told INN it looks as though he suffered a heart attack. 

 

Atinan was originally from Lopburi and was a graduate of the police school Class of 36.

 

Before taking up the acting head of the Pattaya police on September 2nd of this year he was the police chief at the Muang Chonburi station. 

 

He would have retired at the age of 60.

 

Sources: INN and Daily News

 

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7 hours ago, worgeordie said:

He does not look very well in the photo,59 looks

worse than me at 73,RIP.

regards Worgeordie

He looks pretty ok to me....are dark circles under eyes a sign of heart trouble?

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16 minutes ago, HLover said:

Not usually.

That's what I thought....this is the last person I would expect to have a heart attack.

But it's getting more and more common. Healthy males keeling over after a workout

and even a run.

 

Condolences... that's too soon to go.

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41 minutes ago, BestB said:

Most likely stress 

Obesity, stress, diet, exercise all can play a role but simple genetics still top the list.  

Be careful choosing your fore-bearers.

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1 hour ago, justin case said:

lol

 

a heart attack is caused by lack of blood to the heart

 

if it happens in the head, it is called a stroke

'Obesity. Obesity is associated with high blood cholesterol levels, high triglyceride levels, high blood pressure and diabetes. Losing just 10 percent of your body weight can lower this risk, however.' 

This was listed as fourth biggest factor in Heart attack risk after such things as age/smoking.

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On 10/21/2019 at 6:52 AM, mikebell said:

'Obesity. Obesity is associated with high blood cholesterol levels, high triglyceride levels, high blood pressure and diabetes. 

Just as many people have these issues but are not obese.  I am thin with a good diet and my cholesterol was 250.  Mothers side of family.

Started statins several years ago to normalize it.

Many smokers are thin ( I bet this Police C was) but their blood pressure of course will be high.

Much of it however, is hereditary.

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