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Retrieval of bodies of two Thai students may take place this weekend

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Eurocopter EC-120 of the Fresno US Police

A Eurocopter EC-120 of the Fresno US Police Department SkyWatch unit in California. Photo: Defiant15E.

The Fresno Sheriff’s Office may begin an operation to recover the bodies of two Thai postgraduate students died in a car crash at Kings Canyon in California this weekend, according to the Royal Thai Consulate-General Los Angeles.

The two Thai students Ms Thiwadee Saengsuriyarit, 24, and Mr Bhakapon Chairattanasongporn, 28, were driving on a highway on July 26 to Kings Canyon National Park when their rental car plunged off a 150-metre cliff and came to rest partially submerged in a river. Their bodies believed to stuck inside the car that plunged into the ravine.

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By Thai PBS

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