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Three paramilitary rangers injured in Narathiwat blast

Jul 17. 2019
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By Narong Nuansakul
The Nation

Three volunteer paramilitary rangers were injured when a roadside bomb went off on Wednesday morning in the southern border province of Narathiwat.

The injured rangers, identified as Prasert Muangkhunthod, Somkiat Monthienthong, and Pipao Saopoon, were part of a patrolling team from the Paramilitary Marine Regiment 5 that was checking a rural road in Ban Beu Rawae (Moo 4) in tambon Luboh Sawor, Bacho district when the bomb planted in a roadside stall went off at 8am. The injured volunteer rangers were rushed to Bacho Hospital while police and related security agencies moved in to inspect the scene of the blast.

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