Aftermath of Thailand daycare centre shooting which left at least 35 dead

Aftermath of thailand daycare centre shooting which left at least 35 dead

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At least 35 people have been killed in a mass shooting at a daycare centre in northern Thailand, police say.

The victims include at least 24 children, with toddlers as young as two among the dead, police say. The other 11 victims, all adults, include at least two childcare staff and one district official.

The shooting took place around 12.30pm local time on Thursday afternoon at a centre for children in Uthaisawan Na Klang district in Nong Bua Lamphu province, police said.

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