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Three policemen injured by blast in Thailand’s Narathiwat province

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Three policemen injured by blast in Thailand’s Narathiwat province

 

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Three traffic police officers were injured this evening (Tuesday), one of them seriously, in the roadside detonation of a device, believed to have been planted by southern insurgents, in the Ruesoh district of Thailand’s southern border province of Narathiwat.

 

The three injured were part of a team of six traffic officers, deployed to a road check-point in Ban Plai Na in Tambon Ruesoh Nok. The improvised explosive device (IED) had been placed at the foot of a roadside tree.

 

Army troops and police reinforcements were immediately rushed to the scene to help the wounded officers, who were found bleeding and lying on the road.  They were rushed to the district hospital, and Pol. Snr. Sgt-Maj. Narongchai Jimakhom, who sustained the most serious injuries, was then flown by a helicopter to Songkhla Nakharin Hospital in nearby Hat Yai.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/three-policemen-injured-by-blast-in-thailands-narathiwat-province/

 

 
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IED’s are a Menace the same as anti personnel mines

IED’s are copy of what happens in the middle east

its found it way to Thailand 

the police don’t deserve that 

even if that have there own faults 

wish them a speedy recovery 

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6 hours ago, Papafarang said:

IED’s are a Menace the same as anti personnel mines

IED’s are copy of what happens in the middle east

its found it way to Thailand 

the police don’t deserve that 

even if that have there own faults 

wish them a speedy recovery 

The terrorists in the Deep South have been using these IEDs since 2004 and they've killed more than 10,000 to date using bombs and drive by shootings mainly. It's not a recent thing.

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