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Vietnamese man found dead after allegedly falling from second floor at quarantine camp

Friday, March 19, 2021, 17:33 GMT+7
Vietnamese man found dead after allegedly falling from second floor at quarantine camp
A man has his samples collected for COVID-19 testing at the quarantine facility inside Mitraco dormitory in Ha Tinh Province, Vietnam. Photo: H.Ha / Tuoi Tre

A man has been found dead after allegedly falling from the second floor of a quarantine facility in the north-central Vietnamese province of Ha Tinh.

The victim, 24-year-old Luong Xay Nhan from the north-central province of Nghe An, was found unconscious on the ground inside the premises of Mitraco dormitory, which is currently used as a COVID-19 quarantine camp, in Ky Anh Town on Thursday evening.

Competent authorities gave Nhan first-aid treatment before rushing him to the Ky Anh General Hospital.

However, Nhan passed away on his way to the infirmary.

The cause of death was identified as multiple internal injuries.

After examining the scene and carrying out an autopsy, police officers believed that the victim had fallen from the second floor of the quarantine facility.

As of Friday afternoon, Nhan’s body had been handed over to his family members for funeral rituals.

Nhan previously returned to Vietnam from Laos via the Cau Treo International Border Gate in Ha Tinh Province on Tuesday.

He was brought to the quarantine camp upon his arrival in accordance with regulations.

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