Infographic: the dead of April 10

The political violence of April 10, 2010 resulted in a total of 26 deaths: 21 civilians and five soldiers (details below). Most of them died on two main spots, Kokwua intersection on Tanao Road and Dinso Road.

The presence of "black shirted men" in the incident emphasizes the importance of having an accurate timeline of the incident, but the reports of many fact-finding organizations still show some differences. Information from the People's Information Center and testimonies from witnesses however do indicate that the deceased were killed around the early evening before the appearance of the black shirted men.
 
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Deaths from the military crackdown on April 10, 2010
 
Terdsak Fungklinchan, 28, office worker
Education: Bachelor's degree
Residence: Pathum Thani
Bullet wounds in the stomach and chest
 
Sawat Wa-ngam, 43, truck driver
Education: M.6
Residence: Surin
Bullet wound in the head
 
Thawatanachai Kladsuk, 36, taxi driver
Education: M.6
Residence: Nonthaburi
Bullet wounds at stomach and chest
 
Phraison Thiplom, 37, dock worker
Education: unknown
Residence: Khon Kaen
Bullet wound in the head
 
Somsak Kaewsan, 34, taxi driver
Education: M.3
Residence: Nong Khai
Bullet wound at stomach and chest
 
Ananda Sirikulwanich, 54, contractor
Education: Bachelor's degree
Residence: Bangkok
Bullet wound in the neck (died one month later)
 
Amphon Tatiyarat, 26, student
Education: last year of university
Residence: Bangkok
Bullet wound in the head
 
Buntham Thongphui, 45, electrician 
Education: unknown
Residence: Chaiyaphum
Bullet wound in the head
 
Saming Taengphet, 49, vendor
Education: P.4
Residence: Nonthaburi
Bullet wound in the head
 
Jarun Chaimaen, 46, taxi driver
Education: P.4
Residence: Kalasin
Bullet wounds in the chest and stomach
 
Khanueng Chat-the, 50, Security guard
Education: unknown
Residence: Bangkok
Bullet wounds in the chest and stomach
 
Hiroyuki Muramoto, 43, Reuters cameraman
Education: diploma
Residence: Tokyo, Japan
Bullet wounds in the chest and stomach
 
Monchai Saejong ,54, vendor
Illiterate
Residence: Samut Prakan
Heart attack
 
Bunchan Maiprasoet, 55, sugar cane farmer
Education: P.4
Residence: Ratchaburi
Bullet wound in the groin
 
Nopphon Phaophanat, 30, university lab officer
Education: Bachelor's degree
Residence: Chonburi
Bullet wounds at chest and stomach
 
Tossachai Mekngamfa, 44, office worker
Education: diploma
Residence: Bangkok
Bullet wound in the head
 
Wasan Phuthong, 39, tailor
Education: M.6
Residence: Samut Prakan
Bullet wound in the head
 
Siam Wattananukun, 53, car mechanic
Education: unknown
Residence: Nakhon Sawan
Bullet wounds in the chest and stomach
 
Yutthana Thongcharoenphunphon, 23, student
Residence: Ratchaburi
Education: Bachelor's degree
Bullet wound in the head
 
Mana At-ran, 23, zoo worker
Education: unknown
Residence: Bangkok
Shot in the head
*died in the night of April 10th in Khaodin Zoo where army battalions were stationed
 
Kriangkrai Khamnoi, 23, taxi driver
Education: M.6
Residence: Chonburi
Shot in the chest and stomach
*died in the afternoon during clashes around Makawan bridge
 
Gen. Romklao Thuwatham, 43, soldier
Hit by grenade
 
Private Anuphong Mueng-amphan, 21, soldier
Hit by grenade
 
Private Anuphon Hommali, 29, soldier
Hit by grenade
 
Private Phuriwat Praphan, 25, soldier
Hit by grenade
 
Private Singha Onsong, 22, soldier
Hit by grenade 
 
Source: http://prachatai.com/journal/2013/04/46191

I did not have the name of

I did not have the name of Thawatanachai Kladsuk. Thank you.

I had thought that all the soldiers died together, from a single grenade blast, but you show General, then Colonel, Romklao died at Dinso Road and the four enlisted men died at Kok Wua. Were there two grenade attacks, then?

I am also interested to see you listing so prominently the educational level each had achieved. That seems so particularly a Thai, perhaps Bangkokian, distinction, I think.

Such a sorry occasion. They are all beyond the reach of harm now, but all their families still do miss them so, and will, each for as long as they themselves do live.

And millions more will remember them for hundreds, perhaps a thousand years.

May they be remembered as being among the last victims of a regime installed by coup d'etat in Thailand.

Yes, there were several

Yes, there were several grenade attacks. Youtube shows both. In one video, taken at Victory Monument, soldiers are seen firing live rounds before they were hit by grenades.

Now comes the really hard

Now comes the really hard part; how to pick up the pieces and prevent this from happening again and again. Real Change.

It's good to see the names and personal information on the victims so maybe this time something might actually change.

The army insisted that they

The army insisted that they used rubber bullets, however even these rubber "bullets" can take a life of a person. The previous government, who ordered the crackdown, should donate parts of their body (or from their families and friends) to demonstrate the harmlessness of these rubber "bullets" by being shot at.