Video: Teachers to the rescue as "Wipha" turns northern road into sea of mud

Video: Teachers to the rescue as "Wipha" turns northern road into sea of mud

 

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A video posted to Youtube showed hill teachers and members of the public battling to haul a four wheel drive pick-up up a hillside road. 

 

The route to Na Kian School in Om Koi district of Chiang Mai had been turned into a sea of mud by the effects of storm Wipha that hit Thailand over the last few days. 

 

77khaoded reported that Nopparat Charoenphol and his teaching pals were helped by the locals in getting to school. 

 

Source: 77kaoded

 

 

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