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Pattaya Daily News

11 February 2010 :: 13:02:24 pm 13030

Rock Throwing Youths Injure Train Passenger Near Pattaya

A woman traveling to Bangkok on 9th February 2010 suffered a serious head injury when a stone was thrown through the window of the train carriage.
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Sriracha 10th February 2010 [Pattaya Daily News] An incident was reported to the Sawangpratheep Sriracha radio station by the driver of the 248 Phlutaluang to Bangkok train, that a woman had been injured by a group of youths believed to have been responsible for throwing stones at the train as it passed under a bridge.

Mr. Jaturong Boonsanong stated that as the train passed by the Hua Krog bridge, Surasak, Sriracha, Chon Buri before arriving at the Sriracha Station, a large stone was thrown where it bounced into the carriage severely injuring a young woman Miss Siriphan Khamsuk [26] from Phrae who was traveling to Bangkok, leaving her with a serious head injury.  The incident was reported to the driver and Miss Khamsuk received first aid before being sent to Somdej Phraborommarachathewee Hospital for treatment.

A train official revealed that a group of wild youths have been plaguing the area for some time and believe the incident may have been caused by them throwing stones and injuring the young woman. The train officials have requested that the police monitor the bridge to prevent any more serious accidents from occuring.

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Community News

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