Thai clash toll update: 2 dead, 153 injured

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thai-protestsThe death toll of the violent clashes in Bangkok on December 26 rose to 2 persons from 1 as a protester succumbed to his injuries in the early morning of December 27 in hospital.

The number of injured people as of 9.30am on that day was 153, according to Thai Health Department chief Dr Suphan Sithamma.

The second fatality besides a policeman who was shot dead was a male protester, aged about 30, who was shot in the chest and treated at King Mongkut Hospital. He died at 3am on December 27.

Of the 153 wounded, 38 are still being treated at various hospitals in the city.

The situation in Bangkok is still tense. Special attention was now on three spots prone to violence – Government House, the Thai-Japanese sports complex and the Metropolitan Police headquarters – where emergency rescue units had been put on alert.



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The death toll of the violent clashes in Bangkok on December 26 rose to 2 persons from 1 as a protester succumbed to his injuries in the early morning of December 27 in hospital. The number of injured people as of 9.30am on that day was 153, according to Thai Health Department chief Dr Suphan Sithamma. The second fatality besides a policeman who was shot dead was a male protester, aged about 30, who was shot in the chest and treated at King Mongkut Hospital. He died at 3am on December 27. Of the 153 wounded, 38 are still being...

thai-protestsThe death toll of the violent clashes in Bangkok on December 26 rose to 2 persons from 1 as a protester succumbed to his injuries in the early morning of December 27 in hospital.

The number of injured people as of 9.30am on that day was 153, according to Thai Health Department chief Dr Suphan Sithamma.

The second fatality besides a policeman who was shot dead was a male protester, aged about 30, who was shot in the chest and treated at King Mongkut Hospital. He died at 3am on December 27.

Of the 153 wounded, 38 are still being treated at various hospitals in the city.

The situation in Bangkok is still tense. Special attention was now on three spots prone to violence – Government House, the Thai-Japanese sports complex and the Metropolitan Police headquarters – where emergency rescue units had been put on alert.



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