December 5, 2023

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Three EOD squad members blown up defusing militant bomb

Explosive ordnance disposal officers carry the injured members of their squad away from the scene of the explosion, in Chana district, Songkhla, on Friday morning. (Photo supplied/ Assawin Pakkawan)
Explosive ordnance disposal officers have the injured customers of their squad absent from the scene of the explosion, in Chana district, Songkhla, on Friday morning. (Image supplied/ Assawin Pakkawan)

SONGKHLA: 3 explosive ordnance disposal officers were wounded by a bomb blast on Friday early morning although doing the job in an region where a villager had his leg blown off by a buried bomb when heading fishing on Thursday night.

A person member of the bomb squad was documented have dropped equally his legs and one more to have significant eye injuries. The 3rd experienced chest pains.

Before studies explained only that two EOD guys have been hurt.

The explosion was not significantly from the mosque where three militants were killed by soldiers on Thursday early morning.

The bomb squad, guarded by troopers and law enforcement, were being functioning close to a railway bridge in tambon Ban Na of Chana district. 

The scene and close by Nam Khem-Bo Ton Sae intersection had been cordoned off for thorough inspection.

All over 9.30am, a loud explosion was read in the space wherever the EOD workforce and sniffer pet dogs ended up doing the job. Three EOD officers ended up located to have been injured by the explosion, one severely.

The injured males have been Pol Snr Sgt Maj Wisit Buasri, Pol Snr Sgt Maj Soracha Anuyato,  and Pol Maj Suwat Chaisuk. All were being rushed to a medical center.

 A resource claimed Pol Snr Sgt Maj Wisit had equally legs just about blown off. He was in a significant situation. Pol Snr Sgt Maj Soracha experienced shrapnel injuries to his ideal eye. Pol Maj Suwat, an inspector, endured upper body pains and ringing in his ears.

A resource said the bomb was planted in close proximity to the railway observe, not much from the location wherever a villager misplaced his leg when he stepped on a bomb buried around the bridge on Thursday evening. (proceeds beneath)

Two explosive ordnance disposal officers on Friday examine the railway keep track of close to the scene of the twin explosions in Chana district, Songkhla. (Picture provided: Assawin Pakkawan)

Sutthisak Meansen, 44, was likely fishing.

Wangsati Udomdee, assistant head of Nam Khem village Moo 9, reported on Friday that the spot in which Mr Sutthisak stepped on the bomb was in the vicinity of four villages.

The hurt man worked as a casual labourer and experienced six young children, he explained. Mr Suthisak was now in a secure condition, the assistant village head mentioned.

Before, on Thursday morning, 3 armed militants had been killed as they tried using to crack out through security forces bordering a analyze centre at a mosque in the similar area of Chana district.

Soldiers with two armoured cars experienced surrounded a Koran mastering centre at Khok Khet mosque in tambon Ban Na about 5.30am, Col Kiatsak Neewong, PR chief of the southern workplace of the Inside Safety Operations Command, mentioned.

Efforts to persuade the gentlemen within to surrender introduced no response, he mentioned. As a substitute, 3 armed men ran out of the developing and opened hearth at them. The troopers returned fireplace and the a few gentlemen had been killed.

The 3 were armed with two rifles and a handgun and were being all needed on arrest warrants and experienced evaded former attempts to seize them, Col Kiatsak reported.

The railway bridge close to in which a villager going fishing stepped on a buried bomb in tambon Ban Na, Chana district, Songkhla on Thursday evening. (Picture provided/  Assawin Pakkawan)