Missing Australian Found in Cambodia Suffering From Amnesia

 | Fri 14 Mar 2014 09:16 ICT

CityNews – We previously reported that Nathan Hansford (36), from Canberra and living in Bangkok for the past decade, had been declared missing by his family who had not heard from him since Christmas last year. He has been found in a hotel in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

He is now suffering from memory loss and severe physical pain which restricts his mobility following a motorcycle accident. Unanswered questions regarding his disappearance are now circulating, with family members wondering how he has been surviving after the accident, especially since it seems he has been in and out of hospital.

Two of Hansford’s employers in Bangkok, Adam Smith International and Asian Development Bank, said that he was not in Cambodia doing contract work for them, and had last heard from him in December. It is still a possibility that Hansford was working for clients in Cambodia at the time he went missing.

Further details will be revealed once he has fully recovered and the family is fully informed of the circumstances surrounding his disappearance.