original article in koh santepheap
my translation wrote: A Filipino man died while being send to Royal Angkor Hospital
Siem Reap province: a man with the Filipino nationality of 59 years old, has died while he was underway to the Royal Angkor hospital in Siem Reap on the morning of 9 October 2016, inside village (Phum) kasikam (ភូមិកសិកម្ម) Srangae sub-district (sangkat), Siem Reap town; as a result of suffering from diabetes.
Lieutenant colonel Van Rith, the chief of the police bureau of immigration, represents major Kim San who is the Deputy commissioner of the bureau of immigration of Siem Reap province, informed us that according to the official report, one Filipino man died in the international hospital Royal Angkor Siem Reap.
He cooperated with forces from the police bureau of technical science [??] and medical doctor Ut Chamchatney, a doctor who worked in Siem Reap in October, and together they performed a forensic medical examination on the body. After that they concluded the victim died as a result of a burst blood vessel in the brain and suffered from diabetes in addition to that.
The lieutenant colonel Van Rith confirmed that the victim’s name was “Manansala Alexander Elim”, was male, was 59 years old, had Filipino nationality, was employed in a Call Center in Borei Broem Breye (បុរីប្រឹមប្រិយ៍), passport number 5147454, lived in a rented house in krous village (phum), Sangkat Svay Dankum, Siem Reap town. He had a wife named Marie Fernando, who is employed as an English teacher and has passport number ECO 510836.
According to the clarification from the wife of the victim to the responsible authorities at 7 in the morning on 9 October 2016, her husband has had physical ailments for many years already in addition to some (more) serious symptoms. Thus, the family decided to take him to get some care/help in a private clinic called Neak Tep , but that clinic could not provide help because the state of the illness was too grave. Then he was transported to the provincial hospital and there it was decided to move him to the Royal Angkor International hospital, but he succumbed to his illness on the way there.