Chumphon man shoots girlfriend and kills himself in Phuket

A fifty six 12 months old man from Chumphon shot his girlfriend, resulting in her harm, following their breakup in a home in Wichit on a latest evening, earlier than taking his personal life with a gunshot to the head.
The violence occurred at a house in Wichit, the place local police have been referred to as to respond at around 10pm. Upon their arrival together with rescue staff from the Kusoldharm Foundation, a crowd of residents had gathered in entrance of the house.
Inside, the fifty seven 12 months previous female resident was discovered sitting at the eating desk affected by a bullet graze on her face. First aid was provided earlier than she was taken to Bangkok Hospital Phuket for further remedy. The dead Chumphon man was discovered on the floor with a gunshot wound to his right temple, and police estimated that he had been dead a minimal of 20 minutes earlier than their arrival. His physique was taken to Vachira Phuket Hospital for a post-mortem examination.
A .357-calibre revolver, which had been fired three times, was found within the residing area. Ensured had been found in the sofa and a window. Additionally, two cans of beer and one bottle of wine cooler were found on the table. The injured girl mentioned that she and the Chumphon man had been faculty associates and started relationship after each had separated from their partners.
The man arrived on the woman’s home with alcohol, anticipating to have dinner before she informed him she wanted to be simply friends and requested him to give her discover earlier than future visits. Subsequently, he grew to become offended and declared that in the occasion that they couldn’t be together, they need to die collectively. He retrieved a gun from his automotive and proceeded to try to shoot her in the leg, however the bullet ended up on the couch as an alternative. He shot at her once more, grazed her face, and then fired at his right temple.
The woman referred to as out to her daughter for assist, who was current in her bed room on the second floor of the house, which led to the police being alerted.
For those in need of emotional assist and counselling, the Samaritans of Thailand can be contacted on their 24-hour hotline at 02-113-6789 (English & Thai), or the Thai Mental Health Hotline at 1323 (Thai)..

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