Twenty-three people, injured to varying degrees, were rescued.
But one person died, the identity of whom is not yet clear among the three initially reported as missing – Sureeporn Urachuen, Pornpilai Sualek and Nong Khao Too, a student at Thetsaban Wat Pom Kaeo School.
Undergoing treatment at Somdetphraphutthaloetla Hospital are three men – Supanat Maneerat, Charuay Saengchan and Boonsueb Wannawong – and four women, identified as Supanida Khumanuwong, Sunan Tengsakul, Pantita Pholcharoen and Korawee Snanboon.
Treated and released were male victims Kriengkrai Rodtayoi, Tongtang Channak, Kasidis Pongprom, Naruedol Chuenjit and Uea-angkul Kositpanich and female victims Montha Mangkorn, Isaneekorn Pimchan, Cholathorn Chanprasit, Pannee Panbanchong, Srinual Snamkhet, Busayakorn Runguthai, Kaewta Changpradab, Yanisa Mankhetkarn, Kaewalin Yaklua, Woranuch Kamkongkaew and Wasita Saengkrua.
Published : July 16, 2019
By : THE NATION