Wednesday, October 5, 2016

OFW's body flown in from Riyadh; family suspects foul play

The body of an overseas Filipino worker who died in Saudi Arabia arrived back in Manila late Sunday night, Super Radyo daBB's James Agustin reported.
According to the OFW's husband Jonald Edloy, his wife Irma flew to Riyadh last July to work as a domestic helper. She had been promised a salary of $400 per month.
However, a few weeks after she left, her family found out that Irma had been taken to hospital.

MORE: Dumating ang OFW sa Saudi noong Hulyo para magtrabaho bilang domestic helper pero namatay noong Agosto. @dzbb @gmanewsbreaking

According to documents obtained by GMA News, Irma went to hospital last August 10 and reported that she had been raped.
On August 14, she was again in hospital, this time rushed there by ambulance. A medical report said Irma had a bruised jaw and had blood in her urine.
The next day it was also discovered that she had pneumonia, and Irma was taken to the intensive-care unit where she eventually expired.

The Edloys do not believe that Irma died of natural causes, and they were determined to have her autopsied. — DVM, GMA News

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