2 Thais reported dead in tourist bus crash
Two Thai tourists, who were part of the group of 26 Thais injured in a bus crash in Turkey, were pronounced dead on Friday morning, according to the Thai embassy in Ankara.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry said it had received information from the Royal Thai Embassy in Ankara on Thursday that the tourist bus, carrying 26 Thais, had crashed into a roadside signpost, resulting in injuries.
The ministry said two Thais were reported dead on Friday morning, and one Turkish individual was also reported dead. Their names were not released.
The 24 injured Thais were hospitalised in several hospitals, with some already recovering and being discharged.
The embassy has been in contact with the hospital and the tourist agency.
The ministry added that if the families were unable to contact the tourist agency, they could reach out to the Consular Department or the Royal Thai Embassy in Ankara for more information and assistance.
Learn from listening
- citing: mentioning as a reason - ให้ อ้างอิงเหตุผล
- condition: the physical state of a person, animal, thing or place - สภาพ
- discharge: to allow someone officially to leave somewhere, especially a prison, hospital or a court of law - ได้รับอนุญาตให้ออกจาก
- embassy: a building where a group of officials work who represent their government in a foreign country - สถานทูต
- Foreign Affairs Ministry (noun): The ministry in charge of maintaining relations with other countries and looking after the interests of its citizens living abroad. - กระทรวงการต่างประเทศ
- injured (adj): hurt in an accident, natural disaster, attack, etc. - ได้รับบาดเจ็บ
- minor: not important; small; having little influence or effect - เล็กน้อย
- pronounced dead: officially confirmed to have died -
- relatives (noun): members of your family - ญาติพี่น้อง
- signpost: to mark a road, place, etc. with signposts giving information - เสาติดป้ายบอกข้อมูล
- treatment: the process of providing medical care - การรักษา