Over five thousand people gather for candlelight vigil in Korat tonight in memory of the victims of yesterday’s mass shooting


Over five thousand people gathered this evening and came together as a community in Nakhon Ratchisma, also known as Korat, to give tribute to the thirty victims and 56 injured people from a mass shooting yesterday.

Led by 29 monks, the crowd held a candlelit vigil and came together to show unity as a local community at the Thao Suranaree monument.

A community cleanup of the Terminal 21 is scheduled for tomorrow, February 10th. On February 15th there will be a merit making activity at the Thao Suranaree monument with 10,000 monks from 6AM to 9AM.

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