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3 minutes ago, Mangkhut said:

So who is making it dangerous for females then? Maybe think about that for a while?

 

Having sex is not generally considered dangerous for a female, running about, at night, in the jungle would be considered dangerous by many.

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American tourist falls from cliff in Krabi, trying to flee sexual assault

KRABI:-- An American tourist fleeing attempt to molest her fell 45 metres from a cliff at Ao Railay bay in Krabi Thursday night and was seriously injured.

 

The tourist, identified as Ms Hannah Michel Gavios, 23, was later rescued and admitted to Krabi hospital yesterday.

 

A suspect said to molest her was arrested after several small bruises were found on his face and arms.

 

According to Krabi tourist assistance centre chief Nitipat Mongkolpradit, officials at the centre was alerted at 11.00pm on Thursday night that a tourist has fallen from the Railay cliff while she was walking back to her resort at Ao Tonsai bay.

 

The centre then alerted the Nopparat Thara- PP Island national park for help.

 

However rescue team could not locate her because of darkness and steep cliff.

 

It was until daybreak yesterday when the search team found her lying on a rock 15 metres down the 45-metre deep cliff.

 

She was taken to Krabi hospital for treatment after she was found to suffer serious injuries – spinal fracture and spinal cord injury. She could not move her two legs.

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/american-tourist-falls-cliff-krabi-trying-flee-sexual-assault/

 

 

 
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4 hours ago, lahgon29 said:

Poor woman...People with broken legs feel pain...Usually lots of it. Sounds as if she has a spinal fracture...thoracic or lumbar...I'd bet London to a brick that she wasn't treated as spinal when she was extricated. I've had experiences with the medical side of the so called emergency services in Thailand...Cowboys.

 

...the volunteers and rescue service do their best with what limited resources that are available..

Im sure the Thai government would appreciate greatly your extensive knowledge and skills..they will even give you a letter to allow you to do volunteer work with emergency services ie fire, police, emergency etc if you already have a RV/MV etc....eeeeehaaaah.

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4 minutes ago, tandor said:

 

...the volunteers and rescue service do their best with what limited resources that are available..

Im sure the Thai government would appreciate greatly your extensive knowledge and skills..they will even give you a letter to allow you to do volunteer work with emergency services ie fire, police, emergency etc if you already have a RV/MV etc....eeeeehaaaah.

 

Are you serious?

 

So someone with an EMT (first step of paramedic) license from a State in the US could go out on emergency calls?

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2 hours ago, ClutchClark said:

 

Rape or sexual assault ?

 

The requirements for sexual assault claims are quite broad in the US.

 

So you trust statistics ?

 

Sorry clutch my response was aimed at shawn0000. Cannot find his original post anymore

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1 hour ago, rooster59 said:

American tourist falls from cliff in Krabi, trying to flee sexual assault

KRABI:-- An American tourist fleeing attempt to molest her fell 45 metres from a cliff at Ao Railay bay in Krabi Thursday night and was seriously injured.

 

The tourist, identified as Ms Hannah Michel Gavios, 23, was later rescued and admitted to Krabi hospital yesterday.

 

A suspect said to molest her was arrested after several small bruises were found on his face and arms.

 

According to Krabi tourist assistance centre chief Nitipat Mongkolpradit, officials at the centre was alerted at 11.00pm on Thursday night that a tourist has fallen from the Railay cliff while she was walking back to her resort at Ao Tonsai bay.

 

The centre then alerted the Nopparat Thara- PP Island national park for help.

 

However rescue team could not locate her because of darkness and steep cliff.

 

It was until daybreak yesterday when the search team found her lying on a rock 15 metres down the 45-metre deep cliff.

 

She was taken to Krabi hospital for treatment after she was found to suffer serious injuries – spinal fracture and spinal cord injury. She could not move her two legs.

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/american-tourist-falls-cliff-krabi-trying-flee-sexual-assault/

 

 

 
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-- © Copyright Thai PBS 2016-09-03

 

 

I recommend reading the linked englishnews article. Useful information

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