Her husband, slightly wounded, told the authorities that he and his wife were selling clothing in the market, and were not protesters. The victim succumbed to injuries of the abdomen and blood infection.
Dr Narong Sahametapa said 765 people were injured -- 722 of them in Bangkok and 43 in the provinces -- and 40 others have yet to be discharged from hospitals.
He said parademics are on 24-hour duty and closely monitor the political rallies.
Dr Narong Apikulwanit, director of the Forward Medical Operations Centre under the Public Health Ministry, said a police officer who was injured in the Feb 18 clashes at Phan Fah Bridge on Ratchdamnoen Avenue was readmitted to the Priests Hospital for medical treatment in the last 24 hours.