Passenger train rams at herd of buffaloes killing 21 in Nakhon Sawan

PUBLISHED ON THU, DEC 7, 2017 11:24 AM

Passenger train rams at herd of buffaloes killing 21

By Thai PBS

 

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A passenger train from Chiang Mai to Nakhon Sawan rammed at a herd of stray buffaloes on Wednesday night killing 21 of them.

 

The incident happened at about 8.00pm last night as the train running from Pak Nam Pho railway station was about two kilometres before arriving at Nakhon Sawan railway station.

 

The incident delayed the train for almost three hours as some of the train wheels jumped off the tracks and some cars were damaged.

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/passenger-train-rams-herd-buffaloes-killing-21/

 
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