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Tree lands on six elephants in Thailand camp, three killed almost immediately

/ 06:20 PM April 15, 2021

By THE NATION

BANGKOK — A severe thunderstorm in Chiang Mai’s Mae Wang district on Wednesday evening knocked down an ironwood tree hitting six elephants, three of whom died from the impact.

The incident took place at the Mae Wang Elephant Camp. Of the three injured, two are in severe condition and have been moved to the hospital at Lampang Thai Elephant Conservation Center.

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Meanwhile, two died immediately upon impact and the third elephant, “Joke”, passed away a few hours later.

The Thai Elephant Alliance Association said veterinarians from different organizations were at the camp to tend to the elephants.

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