A police car leave from the Army Training Command compound, which houses the Army War College, Bangkok, Thailand on Sept 14, 2022. (SAKCHAI LALIT / AP)
BANGKOK – A shooting incident occurred at a Thai army college in Bangkok, killing two people and injuring another on Wednesday, a Thai army spokesperson said.
The gunman was held under control after the incident, and the motive for the shooting is still unclear, deputy army spokesperson Sirichan Ngathong said
The gunman, a 59-year-old staff worker at the Royal Thai Army War College, shot at his colleagues at around 8:55 am local time (0155 GMT). He was held under control after the incident, and the motive for the shooting is still unclear, deputy army spokesperson Sirichan Ngathong said.
The injured person is hospitalized, and the army will set up a special team to investigate the incident, Sirichan said.
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