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Four Thais, one foreigner injured in Samui car bomb blast

Apr 11. 2015
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By The Nation

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Surat Thani - A bomb hidden in a car parked at the Central Festival Samui exploded late Friday night, injuring five people, including a foreigner. Four other Thais fainted because of the shock.

Police said the blast occurred at 10:30 pm. The car that was parked at the underground car park of the store was completely damaged. The truck used a false license plate.

The occasion occurred while the store was about to close.

Surat Thani Governor Chatpong Chatphum said the attacker hid the bomb in a Honda Jazz that used a fake license plate of Chon Buri.

The blast also damaged over 10 other cars.

The five injured were identified as:

1) Sudarat  Deepenkaew, 32 –left arm injured

2) Ritthichai Thepkaew, 33 – right leg injured

3) Tidarat Churad, 30, back and right ankle injured

4) Velentino Diogolio, 22

5) Santiphan Meenert, 22

 

 

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