2 ESL Teachers Die Mysteriously in Vietnam
by Tom McGregor    Mon, Aug 6, 2012, 07:27 PM
Attack ESL.jpgTwo ESL (English as a Second Language) female teachers died mysteriously in Vietnam, causing families to inquire about the incident that led to their deaths. The two were backpacking across Vietnam where they died within days of one another from a mystery poison.

The Daily Mail of London reports that, “Canadian-born Cathy Huynh, 26, who taught English in South Korea, decided to take a week-long break with her friend and fellow teacher Karin Joy Bowerman, 27, from Illinois in the United States.”

Last Monday evening, while sharing a room at the Son and Daughter guesthouse in the coastal city of Nha Trang, Miss Bowerman had fallen ill and was taken to the Khanh Hoa Province General Hospital by her friend.

According to the Mail, “she did not have any apparent injuries, but was suffering from serious respiratory failure and her blood pressure had dropped to zero. By 10:30 p.m. that night, Miss Bowerman had died.”

Suspiciously, two days later, Miss Huynh, who is of Vietnamese origin, was treated in the same hospital for symptoms of shock and while undergoing intensive care, she reportedly suffered several cardiac arrests. She died shortly afterwards.

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