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Erawan Emergency centre confirms blast figures at 29 injuries

At least 28 people were injured from the double grenade attack Sunday near the anti-government protesting site at Victory monument, according to an emergency medical service agency.

Bangkok Metropolitan Administration’s Erawan Emergency Medical Services Centre said no death has been reported so far.

The centre reported as of 4.30 pm on Sunday that about two injured people have been undergone surgery at Rajavithi and Pramongkut hospital due to severe wounds from bomb attract.

Three other injured people were admitted at Rajavithi hospital.

The agency also reported that a reporter of local newspaper Post Today also was injured from the bomb attack.

All injured people were sent to three hospitals in Bangkok. Nine of them were sent to Ramathibodi, 13 were sent to Rajavithi, two were sent to Pramongkut and four were sent to Chulalongkorn hospital.

The agency also reported that a 53-year-old security guard was shot and was severely injured at the Lat Phrao rally site at 11:20 pm Saturday.

He was rushed to the intensive care unit of the Mayo Hospital. He was transferred to the Bhumibhol Hospital at 3:45 am.

The centre said the man is a security guard of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee.

The agency also reported that a 53-year-old security guard was shot and was severely injured at the Lat Phrao rally site at 11:20 pm Saturday.

He was rushed to the intensive care unit of the Mayo Hospital. He was transferred to the Bhumibhol Hospital at 3:45 am.

The centre said the man is a security guard of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee.


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