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Body found on the roadside in Krabi

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The body of a man has been found dead on the roadside in Krabi yesterday (August 9).

Krabi City Police were notified at 3am yesterday that a body of a man was found on the roadside in Muang Krabi.

Police and rescue workers arrived to find a body of a man who was later identified as 25 year old Subin Sanankong, face up and covered with blood. Two bullet wounds were found on his chest. A motorbike was found 150 metres from his body.

Police believe that the man died at least 6 hours before his body was found. Mr Subin’s relatives told police that he left from the house that evening and didn’t return.

Police believe that there are at least two suspects who invited Mr Subin to leave his house for discussions but the conversation ended up with the shooting incident.

Police are continuing their investigation to find the murderer/s.

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Fire destroys Krabi market

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A market in Krabi City has been destroyed by fire early this morning. The damage costs are estimated at more than a million baht.

The Krabi City Police were notified of the fire on Uttarakit Road in Krabi City just after 2am.

Firefighters arrived with four fire engines to find shops were ablaze. It took about half an hour to control the fire. A house nearby has also damaged.

More than 20 gas cylinders have been taken away the area for testing following the blaze. Traffic near the scene has also been blocked for safety.

Forensic Police are continuing their investigation to find the cause of the big fire. Repairs and replacements are estimated to be cost more than  million baht.

Capt Teerayut Poerat of the Krabi City Police, who was on scene when the firemen were putting out the fire, says…  “While I was patrolling near Krabi bus station, I saw smoke and fire. Locals nearby were helping to put out the fire before we called firefighters.”

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Krabi governor orders the best care for an injured rock-climber

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The Krabi Governor has has instructed care-givers and hospital staff to provide good care for an injured tourist who fell off a cliff at Railey Bay in Krabi.

On Tuesday 34 year old Mr Scmal Bach Priel, who is touring with his American wife, was taken to Krabi Hospital. He was injured after falling during rock-climbing at a cliff in Railey Bay. He was climbing solo at the time.

Krabi Governor Lt Col ML Kittibodee Prawit, along with local officials, paid a visit to the injured am whilst recovering at the hospital and ordered hospital staff members and officials to give the best care possible.

Krabi Governor Lt Col ML Kittibodee says, “Krabi is a popular destination for foreign adventure tourists with many activities.”

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Maya Bay recovering says marine biologist

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Maya Bay recovering says marine biologist | The Thaiger

Marine biologist Dr Thon Thamrongnawasawat says Maya Bay is starting to recover after many Blacktip reef sharks were found swimming around yesterday.

Dr Thon has commented on a video showing the Blacktip reef sharks found swimming near the shores of Maya Bay yesterday, “I have seen them about 2-3 times in the past week that I have been there. This time almost 20 of them have been sighted. It is means that the recovery plan is working.”

“Blacktip reef sharks are important to the biological system. They are predators which help control the numbers and kinds of fishes near coral reefs. Weak fish are being eliminated by the Blacktip reef sharks.”

“During this period of climate change the world environment is quickly changing. A good biological system is very important to handle natural disasters such as Coral Bleaching.”

“Blacktip reef sharks are important, not only for Maya Bay or Koh Phi Phi, but also important for the health of coral reefs nearby.”

Watch the video HERE.

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