Freshman scholar overwhelmed to death in hazing incident at Isaan Thailand college

Double died throughout a hazing incident where he was reportedly beaten by students and forced to drink lao khao, a Thai distilled spirit. The 19 year old was punched within the abdomen and face. At one point, he turned unconscious. He died on the method in which to the hospital.
The activist group ANTI SOTUS, which is towards the hazing culture at Thai universities, posted information on the freshman’s dying on its Facebook web page, saying the first-year student, Padyos “Prem” Chonpakdi was attacked by senior students within the Rajamangala University of Technology Isaan in Nakhon Ratchasima.
The group says they spoke with Prem’s friends who say greater than 30 second-year students took Prem and other first-year students with them to play soccer at a close-by rice area. They then compelled the students to line up and the older students attacked the first-year students. So far, six college students have confessed to beating Prem to dying, based on Thai media.
Prem was punched on the abdomen and face. At one point, Prem lost consciousness and a pupil tried to manage CPR to revive him. He was sent to Fort Suranaree Hospital which was over 20 kilometres away, but he died on the finest way. From an initial examination, the doctor discovered that Prem was infected with Covid-19 and the virus has affected his lungs.
The officers from Mueng Korat Police Station and the college have already obtained the report on the case. The college confirmed the dying occurred during a hazing off campus, but still didn’t know much in regards to the particulars, adding that they will investigate the incident and punish, and possibly expel, college students who were concerned..

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