Authorities on Wednesday found the three Thai tourists, a man and two women, missing for four days in Kaeng Krachan National Park in Petchaburi province after hours of ground and aerial searches.
The three - Chawalit Pongpat, 35, Kwanruadee Sawangsang and Suwanna Sawangsang, 45 were discovered at Khun Kradone, an area deep in the park’s upstream forest where the Petchaburi River begins. They were about five kilometres from the entrance to Tor Thip Waterfall, where park officials found their pickup truck on Tuesday.
The group were sent to Kaeng Krachan Hospital by helicopter. All of them were exhausted but safe, park chief Chaiwat Limlikhit-aksorn said.
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