Taiwanese Official Ouyang Lixing Found Dead At Hotel
TAIWAN - (From Taiwanese Translation) Taiwanese official Ou Yang Li-hsing, who was the vice president of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and led missile production has died of a "sudden heart attack" at 57 years old in the hotel that he was staying in "without external intrusion," according to Taiwan's official state-run news CNA.
There have been some reports in the mainstream media alluding that Ou Yang Li-hsing's death may have not been of natural causes and emphasized that the official had led Taiwan's missile production in Taiwan.
Taiwan authorities investigated the hotel room and found that there was no external force intrusion and deemed Ou Yang Li-hsing's death was caused by heart disease. The report also said that the official had a history of heart problems and had a cardiac catheter stent installed.
CNA reported, "Wang Jinzong, deputy director of the Jianmin Police Station of the Hengchun Branch, said in an interview with the media that he was reported to the scene at 7 am this morning. Ou Yang Li-hsing was obviously dead and was not sent to the hospital for first aid. He simultaneously checked the monitor and surveyed the interior of the room, doors and windows, and there was no fighting or external force intrusion. condition, no injuries."
CNA said that family members agreed to contact the "director of the Hengchun Town Health Center to be present to assist in the administrative examination procedure." and that the cause of the death was a "heart attack, and a death certificate was issued."
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