Tangmo Nida’s autopsy found no traces of head injuries, broken teeth
NEWS of the death of Thai actress, Tangmo Nida Patcharaveerapong is indeed a hot topic of discussion not only in the country of the White Elephant but among Malaysian netizens.
Various theories and assumptions, even Malaysian netizens have not finished digging into the mysterious story behind Tangmo’s death, whose body was found two days after falling from a speedboat in the Chao Phraya River on February 24.
After the police denied that there was a criminal element in the star’s death, it is now the turn of the forensic doctors at the Institute of Forensic Medicine (IFM) to give a statement.
According to a Bangkok Post report, a source who declined to be named said he did not find any suspicious injuries on the part of Tangmo’s head which was previously said to have suffered the impact of hard objects other than the part around the bruised eyes.
As a result of the autopsy, Tangmo did not have a broken tooth or head injury. Doctors also did not find a broken tooth after examining the beautiful actress’ oral cavity.
“No signs of trauma were found from hard objects after examining Tangmo Nida’s head,” the local media reported.
However, the same source admitted that Tangmo’s right thigh suffered a rather large injury.
Earlier, Tangmo’s mother, Panida Sirayootyotin wanted the authorities to conduct a second autopsy on her son because she was not satisfied with the results of the first autopsy.
Meanwhile, Tangmo’s funeral ceremony lasted for three days starting today until the cremation phase scheduled for March 14.