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Monday, September 19, 2011

‘Don’t travel to Southern Thailand’

Sulaiman Kamal | 12:23 AM | | | Best Blogger Tips

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Foreign Ministry advises Malaysians to postpone non-essential travel to Southern Thailand.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Foreign Ministry today issued a statement advising Malaysians to postpone non-essential travel to southern Thailand due to bombing incidents yesterday which killed four Malaysians and injured 18 others.

Malaysians are advised to postpone non-essential travel to the area until the security situation normalises.

“The ministry continues to monitor the developments there through its embassy in Bangkok and the Consulate in Songkhla which are liasing with the Thai authorities to provide necessary assistance to all Malaysians involved in the incidents,” the statement said.
In the statement issued here, the ministry also said that the Consulate General of Malaysia in Songhkhla reported that four Malaysians were killed in the bombing incidents in Sungai Golok, south Thailand on Friday.
The media today reported that four Malaysians including a three-year boy were killed in three bombing incidents in Sungai Golok, south Thailand on Friday night.
The dead Malaysians were identified as Wong Hong Yep, 63, Wong Kai Sean, 3, Fong Too Keh, 45, and Chan Yau Wing, 52. Their bodies were brought back to Malaysia by their respective families yesterday.
The statement added that out of the 18 Malaysians injured in the incidents, five were still being treated at the Sungai Golok Hospital, and one at the Yala Hospital, while the others had been discharged after receiving outpatient treatment.
The Malaysians who are still being treated at Sungai Golok Hopsital are Ling Yee Lung, 28, Lai Yok Long, 52, Phoo King Kuang, 54, Wee It Cheng, 61, Cheng Yew Mang, 40, while Ng Sai Kai, 63, is receiving treatment at the Yala Hospital.

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