#THAILAND #Express #train #crash #CLIP

Express train crash-Many have died and many injuring  district.Phachi Ayutthaya !!


More than 50 passengers were injured, six seriously, when a Bangkok-Denchai passenger train rammed at the rear of the Bangkok-Nong Khai train near Phachee district of Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya last night.

The accident happened as the State Railways of Thailand celebrated its 118 establishment anniversary yesterday.

Among the injured were an American and a Korean.


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#ထိုင္းစစ္ရဟတ္ယာဥ္ ပ်က္က်၊ ၉ ဦး ေသဆံုး #BELL #212






ထိုင္းစစ္ရဟတ္ယာဥ္ ပ်က္က်၊ ၉ ဦး ေသဆံုး
ထုုိင္းႏုုိင္ငံေျမာက္ပုုိင္းမွာ စစ္ရဟတ္ယာဥ္တစီး ပ်က္က်ခဲ့လုုိ႔ လုုိက္ပါလာသူ စစ္တပ္ အရာရွိႀကီးေတြအပါအ၀င္ ရဟတ္ယာဥ္ေပၚပါသူ ၉ ဦးစလံုုး ေသဆံုုးခဲ့ပါတယ္။
အင္ဂ်င္ ၂ လံုးတပ္ Bell 212 စစ္ရဟတ္ယာဥ္ဟာ ဖာရုုိခရုုိင္ထဲကမွာ ႏို၀င္ဘာ ၁၇ ရက္ေန႔ ညေနပုုိင္းမွာ ဖာရုုိခရုုိင္ စစ္တပ္ အေျခစိုုက္စခန္းကေန ပ်ံတက္အၿပီး ၁၀ မိနစ္အတြင္း ပ်က္က်ခဲ့တာလိုု႔ စစ္တပ္ရဲ႕ ေျပာခြင့္ရ အမ်ိဳးသမီးက ေျပာပါတယ္။
ရဟတ္ယာဥ္ ပ်က္က်လုုိ႔ ေသဆံုုးသြားတဲ့အထဲမွာ အမွတ္ ၃ ထိုင္းစစ္တပ္က တပ္မႉးျဖစ္တဲ့ ဗုုိလ္မႉးခ်ဳပ္တဦးလည္း လုုိက္ပါသြားခဲ့ပါတယ္။ ပ်က္က်ရတဲ့ အေၾကာင္းအရင္းကုုိ ေသေသခ်ာခ်ာ မသိရေသးဘူးလုုိ႔လည္း ဆုုိပါတယ္။
ထုုိုုင္းႏုုိင္ငံမွာ စစ္တပ္ ရဟတ္ယာဥ္ေတြ ပ်က္က်ဖူးတဲ့ အစဥ္အလာ ရွိေနၿပီး ၂၀၁၁ ခုုႏွစ္တုုန္းက ၃ ႀကိမ္ ပ်က္က်ခဲ့လုုိ႔ လူ ၁၇ ဦး ေသဆံုုးခဲ့ဖူးပါတယ္။
ဒီျဖစ္စဥ္ေၾကာင့္ စစ္တပ္ရဲ႕ Bell212 ရဟတ္ယာဥ္အုုပ္စုုကိုု ေျမခ် စစ္ေဆးခဲ့ရဖူးပါတယ္။
















#THAILAND # crash of the #Bell #212 #helicopter #killed #nine #Army #officers #yesterday in #Phayao

The crash of the Bell 212 helicopter that killed nine Army officers yesterday in Phayao province has raised widespread concern in the social network of whether this model of rotorcraft is still safe as one of the victims posted a message on his Facebook just before airborne saying the aircraft was old.
Sergeant Master (first class) Anant Chomchiengkam posted on his Facebook at 7.00 am before joining the team of the deputy commander of the Third Army Region Maj Songpol Thongjin to visit troops at various bases in Phayao and Chiang Rai on Monday.

His message reads “it’s time now to challenge the sky…the cold wind again… old copter.. new pilot…. weather closes…hell door opens….”

He also wrote he was very glad that the deputy commander of the Third Army offered him a hand shake before boarding the aircraft to begin the visit.

The officer was among the nine killed in the fatal crash.



A villager who witnessed the crash yesterday said he heard unusual sound like the copter was choking and then spinning and hitting a tree before crashing into the field.

Bell 212 helicopter had earlier crashed in Kaeng Kracharn national park in Phetburi province on July 24, 2011 killing three senior army officers.

Malfunctioning of the tail rotor was found to be the cause of the crash.

The Army has commissioned the Bell 212 helicopter in services for search and rescue operations with the installation of the lifting slings. It now has about 40 Bell 212 helicopters in use at all army bases across the country.

Meanwhile the Army has set up a committee to investigate the cause.

All the bodies of the officers were contained in coffins covered with national flags and carried in a convoy of army vehicles at noon today from Phayao back to the Third Army headquarters in Phitsanulok for religious ceremony.

The convoy is expected to arrive at Kuhasawan temple this evening where royal cremation ceremony will be held as an honour for the nine officers.

Religious ceremonies will be from today until November 25 when funeral will be held at 4.00 pm at Wat Kuhasawan.

Myanmar Airways Bad landing in Kawthaung -VIDEO

YANGON, Myanmar – A domestic Myanma Airways flight had a minor landing mishap Monday, one of two on the same day in Asia involving the same model of Chinese-made twin turboprop aircraft. There were no deaths in either accident.

The accident, the third since late December, comes as Myanmar is experiencing a boom in tourism after instituting democratic reforms that caused western nations to lift most longstanding sanctions that had been applied against the previous repressive military regime.

Myanmar state television showed the scene of the bad landing in Kawthaung in southeastern Myanmar. The Facebook page of the national police said the aircraft carrying four crew members and 60 passengers swerved off one side of the runway on landing Monday on a flight from Mawlamyine that had originated from Yangon, the country’s biggest city.

State-owned Myanmar Airways skidded off the runway on landing at the Kawthaung Airport in southern Myanmar on Monday due to a hydraulic system failure. No injuries were reported.  

The Chinese-made MA60 plane, carrying 60 passengers and 4 flight crew, skidded about 200 feet west of the runway and came to rest in some bushes. Both propellers on the plane’s wings have been damaged but no one was injured.

“[The pilot] took caution in landing the airplane after seeing the hydraulic system failure signal. After the plane’s wheel touched the runway, the plane skidded off about 200 feet from the runway’s edge,” said Than Htun, managing director of Myanmar Airways.

The airplane operates daily domestic flights from Yangon to Mawlamyaing and Kawthaung.

“After the plane took off it returned back to Yangon, which they said was due to mechanical errors. Nothing happened on the way from Yangon to Mawlamyaing. It only happened when we arrived in Kawthaung. The passengers were in chaos and a baby fell under the seat,” said a passenger.

A similar event occurred on May 16 in which the MA60 plane with registration XY-AIQ on Heho-Monghsat flight overran the runaway on landing at Monghsat airport because of a brake problem, causing two serious injuries and substantial damage to the aircraft. Continue reading “Myanmar Airways Bad landing in Kawthaung -VIDEO”

Burma: Black Hawk, with Thai commander on board, down in Burma

Chiang Mai (Mizzima) – Nine people were onboard a Thai Army Black Hawk that crashed in a forest in Burma across the border from Thailand on Tuesday, according to the Bangkok Post. Also on board the aircraft were two reporters, the source said.

According to an army source, Maj-Gen Tawan Ruangsri, commander of the 9th Infantry Division, and a number of army officers were flying to oversee the retrieval of the bodies of five soldiers who were killed in an earlier helicopter crash in Kaeng Krachan National Park in Ratchaburi province in Thailand on Saturday.

The national park lies along the Burmese border next to Burma’s Tenasserim Division.

The Black Hawk helicopter reportedly crashed before noon into the forest inside Burma, opposite Ban Khao Mai Daeng in Ratchaburi’s Kaeng Krachan district.

Further details were unavailable and the fate of those on board was not known.

Thai media reported the earlier crash on Saturday occurred half a mile from the Burma border. The helicopter, working on anti-logging operations in the national park, crashed in poor weather.

The army reportedly has six Black Hawk helicopters in operation. This is the first to have crashed.