LAIZA- He was fixing his car when the shell landed in front of the simple home where he and his family lived as fruit farmers. There was no warning, no chance to escape and nothing that could be done to save him.
A 105mm artillery round, fired from a Burmese army position, blew a ragged hole in the back of his head. “He died instantly,” said La Seng, the doctor at the spartan hospital where Maji Tu Ja, 42, was brought by his weeping family. “He had no chance.”
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