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Contact Admin. Thirteen Myanmar nationals and a Thai driver were killed after being trapped inside a van engulfed in flames following a car crash in Muang district Friday early morning. Upon arrival, the charred wreckage of the van with a Bangkok licence plate was 10m away from a wheeled lorry loaded with rice with a Nakhon Sawan licence plate. The lorry was parked in the middle of the road. The back of the vehicle also bears a scratch due to the accident.
An initial investigation indicated only that the 13 Myanmar migrants boarded the van driven by a Thai man from Mae Sot district in Tak to Bangkok. Soonthorn Fakthong, a year-old lorry driver, said he was on his way to deliver rice to Saraburi. All bodies were taken to the Institute of Forensic Medicine for a post-mortem examination.
After their identities are determined, the bodies will be returned to their families for traditional funeral ceremonies.
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