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Mystery as Two North Koreans are Found Dead in the Same Moscow Hotel After BOTH Suffering ‘Acute Heart Failure’; Two More are Rushed to Hospital

The first man to die was named as Chkhe Men Sen, 37. When paramedics arrived at Gorodskoy Hotel in Yermakova Roscha Street in central Moscow, he was already dead. The inside of one of the hotel's rooms is pictured  Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4555270/Mystery-2-North-Koreans-dead-Moscow-hotel.html#ixzz4ibcssA2X  Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

The first man to die was named as Chkhe Men Sen, 37. When paramedics arrived at Gorodskoy Hotel in Yermakova Roscha Street in central Moscow, he was already dead. The inside of one of the hotel’s rooms is pictured

  • Two North Koreans found dead in the same hotel in the west of Russia’s capital
  • They both suffered ‘acute heart failure’ but died in separate hotel rooms
  • Two more North Koreans staying in the building have been taken to hospital
  • A police probe has since been launched by the Russian equivalent of the FBI

Will Stewart and Julian Robinson report: Two North Koreans have been found dead in separate rooms in the same Moscow hotel amid reports they both suffered ‘acute heart failure’.

The men had complained of severe chest pains and shortness of breath before they died on Saturday at a hotel in the west of the Russian capital.

A police probe led by the country’s equivalent of the FBI has been launched as it emerged that two more North Koreans staying in the same building are in hospital.

Two North Koreans have been found dead in separate rooms in the same Moscow hotel amid reports they both suffered 'acute heart failure'. An ambulance is seen driving near the scene  Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4555270/Mystery-2-North-Koreans-dead-Moscow-hotel.html#ixzz4ibdpBg00  Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Two North Koreans have been found dead in separate rooms in the same Moscow hotel amid reports they both suffered ‘acute heart failure’. An ambulance is seen driving near the scene

Five other non-Russian men are believed to be ill but their nationality has not been given.

The first to die was a 37-year-old with a name translated as Chkhe Men Sen. When paramedics arrived at Gorodskoy Hotel in Yermakova Roscha Street in central Moscow, he was already dead.

Soon afterwards a 22-year-old with a name translated as Khon Gim Chkol died as ambulance doctors sought to resuscitate him. The men were in separate rooms.

The men had complained of severe chest pains and shortness of breath before they died on Saturday at a hotel (pictured) in the west of the Russian capital

The men had complained of severe chest pains and shortness of breath before they died on Saturday at a hotel (pictured) in the west of the Russian capital

Two other North Koreans aged 34 and 41 had a ‘fever of unknown origin’ – and were taken to a Moscow infectious disease hospital. Their condition is not known.

Initial reports in Russia mentioned a viral infection, but later reports said the two North Koreans had died from ‘acute heart failure’.

Five other residents of the dormitory were allowed to remain there on condition they reported immediately any changes in their condition.

North Korean officials have since ‘removed’ an unknown number of their fellow citizens from the hotel, it has been claimed … (read more)

via Daily Mail Online

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