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More than 100 people stranded on Koh Mak after encountering strong winds Passenger boats can’t run. Royal Thai Navy sent warships to help

More than 100 people stranded on Koh Mak after encountering strong winds Passenger boats can’t run. Royal Thai Navy sent warships to help

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On November 30, 64, reporters reported that on November 29, the past Officers are on duty to monitor the situation. The National Marine Interest Center, Trat Province (Sor Chon Lor. Mrs. Warangkanang Suksathit, a passenger boat operator on Koh Mak, said that at least 100 passengers were stranded at Ao Nid pier, Koh Mak sub-district, Koh Kood district, Trat province since November 28.

SorChol.Trat Province Coordinate Operation Center Naval Area 1 and has requested support HTMS Tak Bai From the Border Patrol Squadron, Division 1, Headquarters, Chanthaburi and Trat Border Guards, departing from Trat Naval Maintenance Base Naval Region 1 to receive more than 100 people stranded at Ao Nid jetty, Koh Mak Subdistrict, Koh Kood District, Trat Province due to heavy rain storms. And the waves were so strong that the passenger boat could not leave the service back to the domicile. by sending ashore at the port of Trat Naval Maintenance Base Naval Area 1, all tourists are safe. In this regard, the Trat Naval Maintenance Base The 1st Naval Area has supported 2 large buses to take tourists to various destinations.

Ms. Sureerat Ratanasathien, Permanent Secretary of Koh Mak Subdistrict Administrative Organization, revealed that on Saturday (29 November) there were tourists including People of Koh Mak sub-district who work in Bangkok and other provinces come to travel and exercise their right to vote for the Prime Minister and members of the Sub-District Administration Organization, but during that time there are strong winds and small boats (speedboats) cannot leave. from the shore But because the people Everyone has a need to travel back and forth to pursue a career. Therefore coordinated to seek assistance from the Navy this time.

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