Tags : Panic


Panic in Lampang as Bus Drives Into Waiting Crowd

BANGKOK — Passengers waiting for a night bus at Lampang bus station were injured when a bus suddenly burst from the platform into the waiting area. Five people were slightly injured and later later released from hospital after bus driver Ponthep Kaewsonthi, 49, reportedly released the wrong brake, causing his bus to lurch forward and […]Read More


Public should not panic on MERS rumours: DMH

NONTHABURI, 19 June 2015 (NNT) – The Department of Mental Health (DMH) has advised the public not to panic over the rumours of the discovery of a MERS patient in Thailand, noting that all healthcare centers are ready to provide consultation in stress relief. The DMH Director-General Jedsada Chokdamrongsuk has advised the public not to […]Read More


Panic in Pattani city after spate of bombs

The economic future of Pattani in the far South is in a worrying state after a series of bomb attacks from Saturday night to yesterday. The bombs killed two rangers, wounded 12 people and damaged a bar, shops and a department store in its bustling commercial district. A bomb attack yesterday on the Pattani clock […]Read More


Perilous Gas Leak On Bus Causes Panic in Pattaya

A tour bus had just refilled gas after a trip, but began leaking gas and stalled on Pattaya’s Sukhumvit Road. Smoking fumes from the gas tank caused the driver and two bus boys to flee the bus. The leak was later found to be caused by faulty tank valves. Read more: Pattayadailynews.comRead More


Fire in Thai Parliament building sparks panic

A building in the Thai Parliament House compound in Bangkok accidentally caught fire Friday, causing panic to officials and slight property damage but no causualties. Police said the fire at Building 3 could have been caused by electronic short circuit, after burn marks were found at power wires, which was the source of an explosion […]Read More


Foreign Language sticker and Graffiti cause panic in Pattaya

A concerned member of the public reported the presence of a foreign language sticker and graffiti depicting the letter and number “C4” which had appeared in Central Pattaya, and feared it could be the work of foreign terrorists linked to the recent Bangkok bombing incident. Early on Tuesday Morning, Khun Tawee aged 50 reported the […]Read More


Panic grips eastern Bangkok

Panic gripped residents in eastern Bangkok yesterday after an official announcement confirmed fears that a massive volume of floodwater will be heading their way. Despite having already taken precautions, yesterday’s announcement left many fearing their preparations would not be enough to protect their property from the coming flood. Read more: Bangkok PostRead More