Thailand boat sinking: At least 21 people have died


Twenty people have died after missing out on Thailand's holiday island Phuket, and dozens more are still missing.

Phoenix - which had 105 people on board, mainly Chinese tourists - stormed into the weather in the afternoon on Thursday afternoon. The search and rescue operation was postponed on Friday morning.

However, there are debates on how many bodies were dragged from the water. According to Phuket provincial rescue center, AFP reported that 21 bodies were found so far, and the Reuters News Agency reported that the Royal Thai Navy executed the current execution in 27.

Divers Phoenix's dust flame is continuing to investigate. According to AFP, a total of 48 passengers were rescued by a fishing trawler on Thursday, another survivor was pulled from the water a few miles away from the boat.

He was taken to the hospital, but his condition was unknown. When another boat carries about 23 passengers, almost the same time almost flattened. Despite the bad weather warning, the order has been ordered to investigate why the boats have gone out.

Photographs and photographs printed in Phuket have shown tourists roaming around blankets, while others treat them as dreaded as drugged.

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Phuket governor Norafat Plothong said that on Thursday 10 small boats were trapped in the sea.

"There was high wind in this evening," he said on Wednesday because of a "strong wind and storm" due to a weather alert issued.

In a separate incident, two Russian tourists were rescued at a jet ski near Koh Racha Island, because they were caught due to extreme weather.

Thailand is durable for the monsoon season, which will cause heavy rains and storms in the area.