MetroBali.com reports that a 44-year-old Indonesian man has died following a savage sicle attack at Pasar Bualu, near the popular resort area of Nusa Dua.
The attack took place at 3:30 am on the morning of Thursday, May 22, 2014, when the man was bringing his wife to the market where they worked as a trader.
The victim, Abuyasit, was originally from the island of Madura in East Java. He worked as a seller of chicken meat and lived on Jalan Ayodya, Mumbul in South Bali.
The head of forensic medicine at Bali’s Sanglah General Hospital said the man suffered five separate stab wounds that included wounds to his neck, face, arm and back.
The fatal wound, according to forensic experts, was the one delivered to the right side of the man’s throat extending to his back and shoulder that severed an artery and also the man’s spinal column.
The attacker was reportedly unknown to the victim and attacked his victim with a large sickle.
Immediately after the attack Abuyasit was rushed by motorcycle to the nearby Surya Husada Hospital where due to the extent of his injuries and massive loss of blood he was transferred by ambulance to Sanglah General Hospital where he subsequently died.
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