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Pabuk leaves destruction behind in Thailand

the Storm Pabuk hit Thailand's southern coast on Friday. Two major airports were closed and boats ordered to stay in port, which particularly affected the popular turistöarna Koh Phangan, Koh Tao and Koh Samui.

On Saturday nedgraderades Pabuk to a tropical low pressure, but warnings for torrential rains and possible floods stand for the nine provinces. ”We are expecting strong winds and waves of three to five metres in the gulf of thailand and Andaman sea,” writes the country's meteorological department in a statement.

people have been evacuated in seven provinces, according to Reuters.

They closed the airports should have been opened on Saturday. On Koh Samui has extra departures have been deployed for the stranded tourists.

One death has been reported in conjunction with a fishing boat capsized in the province of Phatthalung, one more person on board were still missing.

the Swedes settled on turistö: ”We can't take us anywhere else.”

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