Three people were killed and 20 were wounded in a drive-by and a grenade attack early Thursday at the twin anti-government protest camps in Bangkok, medical officials and police said.
There were two attacks on protesters. The first was at 2.45am Thursday, when men in a white pickup truck drove by and shot into the guards' line at Khok Wua intersection.
Two people were gunned down. They were identified as Narayot Chanphet, 21, a PDRC guard who was shot in the chest, and Somkhuan Nuankanai, 51.
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