More than three people were killed in Thailand blast, including foreigners. One woman was killed and 10 people were injured in double bombing at the Thai beach resort of Hua Hin, Thai police said. Nobody was injured in the first detonation at around 10 pm local time on Thursday night.
The second explosion took place 20 minutes later and 50 metres from the first blast site killing a Thai woman and injured 10 people, including eight foreigners, local deputy police chief Samer Yousamran said. The second bomb exploded near a busy crossroad where bars are situated and is common with local and nation visitors.
The reason behind the bombing was not yet known, the deputy police chief said. The injured are being treated at a local hospital, he said.
In a separate incident earlier on Thursday, a bomb exploded at a market in the southern Trang subdivide in Thailand, injuring six people. Police believe that explosion was related to a local quarrel.
The next two blast occurred in Surat Thani city, where at least one person, a female municipal worker, was killed and four injured, according to Chavalit Chanmornoi, a local police captain.
The string of blasts on Friday include, two blasts in Hua Hin where one person has died. Two blasts in Surat Thani where one person has died. Two blasts in Phuket where it is unclear how many are injured. One blast in Trang where one person has died. One bomb has been defused by authorities