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Three die in rescue vehicle crash in Trat

TRAT: Two rescue workers and an injured man they were carrying died when their rescue vehicle struck a concrete pole and plunged into a reservoir in Muang district on Saturday morning. The fatal crash occurred at the See Siad reservoir in tambon Wang Krachae, said Pol Capt Lerdsak Rattanapitak, a duty officer at the Muang […]Read More

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Flood Eases on Koh Chang

TRAT, Sept 19 (TNA) – The flood situation on Koh Chang in Trat province has returned to normal after the tourist island was hit by a flash flood yesterday. Floodwater decreased but local authorities keeps monitoring rainfall. The runoff from a mountain cut off Ban Klong Plu bridge. Full story: tna.mcot.net TNARead More

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German kayakers rescued from stormy sea off Trat

TRAT: Three German tourists paddling kayaks between offshore islands have been rescued after being pounded by strong waves and heavy rain and losing their way. The tourists – (names removed) – rented two kayaks from a bungalow at Kaibae beach on Koh Chang, to go to Koh Yuak, about 4 kilometres away, on Tuesday. Full […]Read More

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Needlefish Stabs Soldier to Death

TRAT, Dec 13 (TNA) – The Navy’s special force soldier was punctured by a needle fish into the neck during a training in Trat province and later died at hospital. The case is believed to be the country’s first death from being punctured by the needlefish. Full story: tnamcot.com TNARead More

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Runoff hits 100 houses in Trat

Some 100 houses in Trat province were flooded when their villages in the Borai district were hit by mountain runoff early on Saturday, officials said. Local villagers and officials said several villages in Tambon Nonsee and Tambon Bor Ploy’s downtown were hit by the runoff at around 1.30am. Full story: The Nation By The NationRead More

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Marine officials rescue beached dolphin in Trat

TRAT, 22nd July 2018 (NNT) – The Department of Marine and Coastal Resources has rescued a beached dolphin at Ban Ta Nuk beach in the southeastern province of Trat on Sunday (July 22nd). The Director-General of the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources, Jatuporn Buruspat, said local officials inspected the incident and found out that […]Read More

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Infuriated uncle kills date after he couldn’t get erection

A 63-year-old Thai man in the eastern province of Trat has confessed to beating his date to death, saying he was frustrated that she had demanded THB500 (US$15) for sex even though he’d been unable to get it up. Saktawee Tiwalak, who collects and sells garbage for a living, was charged with manslaughter yesterday after […]Read More

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Weapons cache intercepted on way to Saraburi

A 53-year-old Saraburi man has been arrested in Trat allegedly transporting a large cache of war weapons in a pickup truck that bore a sticker suggesting a link to the 4th Cavalry Regiment of the King’s Guard in his home province. Security officials looking for drugs and contraband at a checkpoint in Tambon Mai Rood, […]Read More