Residents of Tak province recount the minute a Myanmar fighter plane encroached on Thai territory, and the car was struck by bullet holes.

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Villagers of Valley, Phob Phra District, recount the minute a Myanmar MiG-29 fighter jet crosses the border into Thailand. A car parked near the border was nearly perforated by a bullet.

From the case of a Myanmar Army fighter plane flying through the northern valley village, Village No. 3, Valey sub-district, Phob Phra district, Tak province, and fired a firearm. from the plane Probably an air machine gun Causing the bullet to fall in the palm plantation of Mrs. Juthamas, villager in Village No. 3, Valee sub-district, Phop Phra district, Tak province, and the flak was hit by a pick-up truck. of Mr. Sayan villagers, Village No. 9, Mahawan Subdistrict, Mae Sot District, Tak Province, which was parked in the garden, was damaged on the right side of the driver. Now there are soldiers, police, village leaders. came to inspect the scene The initial damage cannot be assessed.

Mr. Sayan, a villager in Village No. 9, Mahawan Subdistrict, Mae Sot District, Tak Province, who came to plant a garden in Ban Valley By bringing a pick-up truck parked in the park, it was damaged by flak on the right side. The driver said that his own pickup truck was fired into it. It is characterized by being flaked from an attack aircraft. The point where his car parked is about 1 kilometer away from the border, where the Myanmar plane still flew through the town of Phob Phra district as well.

Ms. Juthanan, 61, a villager in Village No. 3, Valee sub-district, Phop Phra district, Tak province, said she had lived in Valley village for more than 30 years and had fought like this in the past. But nowadays they are using planes. and today there is a Myanmar plane Fly past the village The village is about 1 kilometer from the border. Planes flew past the village with a loud sound. so scary The villagers were shocked shocked by this incident

Director Amornrat Phromkhatkaew, the director of Ban Valley School, said the school had built a strong bunker inside the school grounds for students and villagers to take refuge. If there is a conflict situation in Myanmar Many times, when there are incidents, villagers and students come to take refuge together.

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