Did the Police Know and Fail to Warn the Public? MUSLIM TERROR: Multiple explosions in Thai town of Surat Thani following Hua Hin plant bombs

Thai police have admitted they knew bomb attacks were imminent but didn’t warn anybody as explosives hidden in plant pots across the country killed four people and injured dozens more.

Foreign visitors fled in terror and are now being warned to be on alert, as the first two blasts hit the seaside resort of Hua Hin overnight, killing one Thai woman and one other and wounding 21 people.

The twin bomb attack targeted a busy street filled with bars and restaurants. The town was also hit by small explosions on Friday morning.

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  • At least four people have been killed and dozens injured in a wave of bomb attacks in Thailand
  • First two explosions hit busy street in tourist resort of Hua Hin overnight, killing at least one person
  • The town, which is close to Bangkok, was reportedly struck again by multiple blasts on Friday morning
  • Two blasts ripped through Patong on the island of Phuket, a destination popular with foreign tourists
  • Twin explosions in southern city of Surat Thami have killed one person and injured at least three more 
  • At least 10 foreign tourists have been injured in the strikes, which are not thought to be terror related
  • It is believed the explosives were hidden in plant pots and flower beds and detonated by mobile phones 

Four people have been killed in at least seven explosions across southern Thailand – including two blasts in Patong, Phuket – an area popular with western tourists.

Source: Multiple explosions in Thai town of Surat Thani following Hua Hin plant bombs | Daily Mail Online

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