Two villagers were injured in separate attacks in Narathiwat province Thursday, police said.
Police inspect the scene of a roadside bombing in Narathiwat's Rangae district. Two villagers were injured in separate attacks in the violence-hit province on Thursday. (Photo by Waedao Harai)
Pol Col Jiradet Prasawang, superintendent of Rangae police, said two roadside bombs went off as a team of nine paramilitary rangers patrolled a village in tambon Bor Ngor.
The first blast did not injure anyone, but another bomb went off as rangers inspected the scene of the first explosion, injuring a civilian who was riding his motorcycle through the area. The villager was named as Muhammad Yohan.
The second attack happened in Narathiwat's Rueso district where a villager was seriously injured in a drive-by shooting.
Police said Ismail Mah was riding his motorcycle when a gunman on another motorbike fired at him. The gunman fled after the attack.
Ismail was shot in the torso and was rushed to Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Hospital by a passerby.
A man injured in an ambush in Narathiwat's Rueso district receives treatment. He was one of two civilians injured in separate attacks in the province on Thursday. (Post Today Photo)