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Provincial Airport Closed as Southern Flood Toll Rises

NAKHON SI THAMMARAT — A southern provincial airport remained closed a second day Thursday as two more bodies were recovered from deadly floodwaters, bringing the death toll from the regional flooding crisis to eight.

Epilepsy Blamed for Crash That Kills 2, Injures 15

PATTAYA — Two people were killed and 15 injured Monday morning after a black truck plowed through nearly a dozen motorbikes on Pattaya Tai Road.

Southern Flooding Claims First Victim (Video)

TRANG — A nurse driving to work early Friday morning died when a storm surge swept her car off a bridge and into a canal where she drowned.

Dead Cadet’s Autopsy Results Due Tomorrow

BANGKOK  — Thursday will mark the deadline set by the Central Institute of Forensic Science to complete its autopsy of a cadet whose death at a military academy has become a national controversy and embarrassment to the ruling junta.

Zoo Sorry For ‘Unpreventable’ Death of Mahout by ‘Ong Bak’ Elephant

CHIANG MAI — Chiang Mai Zoo officials apologized to the family of an experienced mahout trampled/gored to death by an elephant that appeared in a martial arts blockbuster film, describing the incident as “unpreventable.”

Blood Clots Found in Dead Cadet’s Organs, Family Demands Explanation

BANGKOK — The family of a dead military cadet held a press conference Sunday, demanding an explanation as to why forensic reports from Phramongkutklao Hospital indicated that organs returned by the army showed that the liver and spleen contained blood clots.

Cadet Wrote to Fellow Recruit Who Quit Due to Physical Demands

BANGKOK — A leaked letter from a military cadet who died a questionable death indicates that the physical demand at the school made at least another student quit.

Foreigners Among 14 Killed in Sing Buri Van Crash: Police

SING BURI — A van which police said was carrying foreign workers crashed into a truck early Friday morning in Sing Buri, killing all 14 aboard.

‘Octopus’ Ride Accident Injures 15 at Temple Fair

SAMUT PRAKAN — The owner of a temple fair carnival ride faces a charge of reckless endangerment after his spinning ride malfunctioned, injuring more than a dozen people.

Thanet Chimtoum, ‘90s Boyband Idol, 44

BANGKOK — A member of a ‘90s boy band died early Saturday morning onstage after suffering a heart attack during a concert.

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