Red flags raised at Sam Roi Yod Beach due to choppy waters

Red flags raised at beach due to choppy waters

By The Nation

 

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Officials raised red flags along Sam Roi Yod Beach in Prachuap Khiri Khan on Friday to warn people against against swimming in the sea because of high waves.
 

Udomsak Khaonuna, chief of Sam Roi Yod district’s disaster prevention and mitigation office, said his officials raised the flags after learning about a strong northeast monsoon over the Gulf of Thailand.

 

He said hotels and resorts along the beach had been asked to issue a similar warning to their guests and local tour guides were also being notified of the danger.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30357742

 
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