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Dutch woman dies after jumping from Chiang Mai hotel

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CHIANG MAI:-- A Dutch woman has died after jumping from the Chiang Mai Grandview Hotel and Convention Centre.

Police were called to the scene on Saturday afternoon after receiving a call from a concerned Thai woman, who is reported to have known the victim.

When police and rescue workers arrived at the Grandview Hotel at 17:10 on Saturday, they Nouschka Kuss, 26, alive but with life threatening injuries. She was rushed to the Maharaj Nakorn Chiang Mai hospital but died a short time later.

Police investigating the incident have been trying to establish why the young Dutch woman leapt from the fifth floor car park of the hotel.

Officers questioned Ms Gridima Limsiri, who had raised the alarm, and explained that she and Ms Kuss were at the hotel to attend a trade conference on behalf of Unicity. After presenting at the event they left around 4pm.

Ms Gridima said she went to collect the car while Ms Kuss waited on the fifth floor of the car park, with the pair having mistakenly gone to the wrong level. When she returned to collect her friend, Ms Kuss could not be found. Ms Gridima called a friend who worked at the hotel which is when she had was told the body of a foreign woman had been found next to the hotel car park.

As part of their investigation, police checked the phone of the deceased and two messages sent to two different people. One was sent at 19:21 the previous day to a Jerry Perry, which read: “Don’t have to worry about me. Take care of yourself. If anything happens to me, please don’t blame yourself. We cannot please everybody.”

Another message was to the boyfriend of Ms Kuus who told police he last saw her on June 24th and that no argument took place between them.

Police are continuing to investigate the incident and officials from the Dutch Embassy have been notified.

Source: CM108 / Thairath

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Not typical Dutch names, does not mean they don't have a Dutch passport.

She obviously wanted to die.. so be it.. too bad it had to go like this. There are easier ways to do it. But best would be if everyone had a right to die when they wanted with a simple pil.

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Another mysterious fall, someone attending a business meeting why should jump there and not at her hotel?

Dont have to worry about me. Take care of yourself. If anything happens to me, please dont blame yourself.OBVIOUSLY there is something fishy there!!!

Thank god we all know the reason behind the fall of the £ !!!No mystery there.

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Another mysterious fall, someone attending a business meeting why should jump there and not at her hotel?

Dont have to worry about me. Take care of yourself. If anything happens to me, please dont blame yourself.OBVIOUSLY there is something fishy there!!!

Thank god we all know the reason behind the fall of the £ !!!No mystery there.

Mysterious, if she did it at the hotel then it's not.. Who's to know why people kill themselves, only they can say..

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in the cm108.com coverage, there are many graphic photos which reveal she dropped some under garments on the balcony before jumping. i think that confirms she jumped and was not pushed or slipped over the low rails.

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...makes no sense...2 hours to find the car....???

...anybody could have sent those texts...before or after....

...something not right here....

...especially when someone involved is .....'too quick and eager to provide an explanation'.....

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You tend to read these stories and turn the page. Unfortunately, I can not. On one of my many trips and stays in No Man's Land. I was walking to get Thai cuisine from one of the shops in Soi Japiya that runs parallel to Grand Diamond Casino. Those of you who have been there have seen this Soi next to the Cambodian Immigration. Anyway, as I just cleared the employee entrance of Grand Diamond I heard a thump and then screams. Turning around I was met with the grizzly sight of a man splattered all over the soi. Amazing what speed and altitude can do to flesh and bone. Then I thought how unfortunate it was for this man to go this way. What was in his mind, I thought, then as quick as that thought came it was replaced with a thought of joy and relief that I wasn't hit by a falling body.

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Very sad.

Agree Dave, how very sad.

What's happening folks? So many people of many nationalities are jumping in Thailand.

Seems so incongruous to be disproportionately happening in the land of smiles of mostly lovely people, lovely food, lovely views etc.

Maybe I'm naive by not speculating about typical TVN innuendoes, deviations, suppositions and themes, I just want to feel sooo sad please.

Most relevant is; relatives and friends will be grieving over the loss of her precious life.

A dear friend took her life recently and nerves are still raw.

Let us grieve who choose to and maybe some readers may find a softer side in their hearts too.

Spare a though also for those who saw the horrific event that will forever remain embedded in their memories.

That's nightmare material.

Just came to mind from 100 generations ago; "Pray for those that mourn".

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. Anyway, as I just cleared the employee entrance of Grand Diamond I heard a thump and then screams. Turning around I was met with the grizzly sight of a man splattered all over the soi. Amazing what speed and altitude can do to flesh and bone. Then I thought how unfortunate it was for this man to go this way.

What was on his mind I thought then as quick as that thought came it was replaced with a thought of joy and relief that I wasn't hit by a falling body.

Yup. Feel for you mate.

As in my post above; an emotional horrific sight forever embedded one's mind and in your case first hand.

"Unfortunate" has been expressed in another way as "selfish" considering the grief this easy way out brings to those left behind and even to totally disconnected bystanders such as yourself. BUT>> One can never really know the feeling of those who get soooo close to taking their own life till you've "been there and nearly done that". Tell me about it.

How sad.

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