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Dramatic pictures: Students engage in yet more street battles - two injured in Samut Prakan


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Daily News Thai Captiom: Student hoodlums

 

Daily News reported on yet more brazen street violence between students in Samut Prakan, south east of the Thai capital Bangkok.

 

Pol Capt Khomrit Thongurai of the Bang Poo police went to the scene next to the Suk Charoenphol Phraeksa school where residents had mobile phone pictures of the troublemakers.

 

Siam Rath published some of these shots that showed young people wielding swords and clubs wearing helmets. 

 

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Picture: Siam Rath

 

Two young people aged 16 and 20 were severly injured from knife blows and discarded weapons were found.

 

The 16 year old was taken to Paolo Hospital with a knife wound to his right arm and the 20 year old was taken to Samut Prakan Hospital with a wound on his left wrist.

 

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Picture: Siam Rath

 

Both were found ashen faced at the scene.

 

Witnesses reported that violence erupted between one group of five or six and two from another group before eight people arrived on four motorcycles to join the fray. 

 

Inter school rivalry at technical colleges has been ongoing on the last few months.

 

Police are investigating this latest incident. 

 

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Picture: Siam Rath

 

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Picture: Siam Rath

 

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11 minutes ago, Celsius said:

These are private hospitals. Paolo is not cheap.

 

Who foots the bill?

Even these hospitals have social security patients. When you apply for SS you also select 3 hospitals and you are approved for one of these hospitals based on availability.

 

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14 minutes ago, Celsius said:

These are private hospitals. Paolo is not cheap.

 

Who foots the bill?

 

Paolo may be private owned but they do accept the Thai welfare scheme and many locals use Paolo as their nominated welfare hospital.

I am registered at Paolo their under the welfare scheme.

 

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As a kid in the 1940s, back in the UK, there was always the threat of a dose of the birch. Whether it was ever administered or not I don't know. But, the threat was always there. Perhaps these participants would benefit from a dose?😉

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