20 Deaths as of 11.30, 11 April 2010

Bangkok Emergency Medical Service (Erawan Center) reportes 20 deaths of 16 civilians and 4 soliders as of 11.30, 11 April 2010 (http://www.ems.bangkok.go.th/report/dead4.pdf) and 834 injuries as of 9.30 (http://www.ems.bangkok.go.th/new110453%2009.30%20pm.html).


Fifteen Deaths as of 24.00, 10 April 2010

Klang Hospital

1. Mr. Hiroyuki Muramoto, reporter for Reuter, shot in the chest

2. Mr. Sawat Wangam, 43, red shirt guard, head hit by hard object

3. Mr. Tawattanachai Kludsuk, 36, from Nontaburi, shot in the chest

4. Mr. Toschai Mekngarmfah, shot in left chest

5. Mr. Jaroon Chaiman

6. Mr. Wasant Phuthong, 39, part of the skull was gone; was said to be shot by M16

7. Mr. Tawil Khomwanthie, 43, brain injuries

8. A person referred from Hua Chew Hospital

9. A person referred from Hua Chew Hospital

10. A person referred from Hua Chew Hospital


Ramadhibodi Hospital 

1. A male civillian, shot in the stomach


Civilian Affairs Section of the Emergency Operation Command

1. Sergent Singha Oonsong, shot in the chest


Vachira Hospital

1. Kanungnit Chattae, 50, from Bangkok, presumably heart attack

2. Private Puriwat Prapan, 25, explosive impact at the head

3. Private Anupong Muanglumpan, 21, shot in left eyebrow



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