Race to find remaining 23 Thai marines in Gulf of Thailand continues | ABC News

Race to find remaining 23 thai marines in gulf of thailand continues | abc news

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HTMS Sukothai was hit by a four-metre wave on Sunday night with Thai authorities up against the clock to find any remaining survivors.

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