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18 April 2014 :: 13:04:30 pm 84617

Sattahip Teenage Gang Beat 3 Men Unconscious During Wan Lai

A gang of mindless lawless teenagers set upon a group of middle aged men and beat them unconscious during the splashing of water on Wan Lai day. They quickly fled the scene but are being hunted by the police.
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SATTAHIP – April 17, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 6.30 p.m.; Pol.Capt. Aekkachai Moonlee (Investigation officer of Sattahip police station) was notified that a gang of teenagers had assaulted some local people who splashed water during Wan Lai of Songkran festival leaving 3 men injured. Incident occurred on the Sukhumvit road in front of a Family Mart convenience store, opposite to the Royal Thai Marine Corps, Moo 6 Tambon Sattahip, Amphur Sattahip, Chonburi Province, so he rushed to inspect the scene together with the rescuers of Sawang Rojjana Tharmma Satharn Sattahip Foundation.

At the incident the officers found 3 injured men which were identified as Mr Thanwa Phanichanurak, aged 50, (unconscious), Mr Yutthachai Kornphan, aged 49 (got a severe wound at his left eyebrow) and Chief Petty Officer First Class (CPO1) Triwit Duangmoon, aged 43 who belongs to the Naval Communication Department (who had a split lip) and all of them also had sustained many wounds all over their bodies. The rescuers performed first aid before sending them to the Queen Sirikit hospital for treatment.

Upon questioning the bystanders, they told that today that it is Wan Lai in Sattahip where many people had come to splash water. The 3 victims were splashing water on the side of road when suddenly a gang of around 10 drunken local teenagers walked up to them and started arguing with them which broke out into a fight causing the 3 men to be beaten unconscious by the drunken gang who quickly fled the scene.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Community News

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