Missing Phuket fisherman discovered lifeless amid weather alert

Unconditional of a fifty nine year previous Pa Khlok resident was found floating within the sea by an area fisherman yesterday. Prachoen Thammawong had gone missing after failing to return residence from his fishing routine the day past.
Upon receiving the news, Thalang Police Station officers and rescue workers arrived on the scene, the place they found the body of the elderly Thai man floating beside a blue pontoon jetty utilized by Ao Por villagers. The physique was found within the sea by 33 year outdated Phanrit Longkhao who dragged it to the jetty with his longtail boat.
Officials examined the body and noted a small damage on the man’s head, however the cause of dying has but to be confirmed by a medical specialist at Thalang Hospital, where the physique was transported by Kusoldharm rescue staff.
Prachoen was an area fisherman who had been lacking since he went to examine his fish traps in the sea on June four and didn’t return residence, as reported by Phuket News.
At 5am right now, the Phuket-based Southern Meteorological Center (West Coast) reissued its weather warning for Phuket and the encompassing space. The advisory, marked No. 1 (19/2023), signifies the beginning of a new collection of warnings after the earlier one concluded.
Today’s weather alert no longer mentions hurricane ‘Mawar’ but nonetheless warns of a “rather robust southwest monsoon prevailing over the upper Andaman Sea and Southern Thailand’s west coast.”
The announcement stressed…
“The wind waves within the upper Andaman Sea are becoming stronger and can attain up to 2-3 meters, and above three meters in thundershower areas and nearby. All ships ought to proceed with warning, and captains should avoid crusing in thundershower areas. Small boats in the upper Andaman Sea should stay at bay.”

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