Thai Navy rescues tourists and flood victims from Koh Chang

Navy help flood victims in Koh Chang

Officers from the Royal Thai Navy help flood victims in Koh Chang, Trat.

The Royal Thai Navy First Area Command Chonburi Commander, Vice Admiral Banjop Poedang has ordered his team to help flood victims on Koh Chang.

Officers from the Royal Thai Navy and the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) have fixed bridges and buildings which have been damaged from floods on Monday morning.

Vessels and vehicles from the Royal Thai Navy has been used to service tourists from Koh Mak to land.

The Navy is continuing to rescue tourists and transport them to land all day today.

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