Three tourists and four boat crew members have been rescued after a speedboat capsized in Krabi.
The Hat Nopparat Thara Mu-Ko Phi Phi National Park officials told the Phuket Express that over the past weekend they were notified by a speedboat operator that a speedboat had capsized near the Mah Island in Krabi.
The speedboat was travelling from Lanta Island in Krabi and heading to Phuket. There were three tourists and four crew members. It is believed that there were some holes in the boat before water leaked inside and the boat capsized. All tourists and crew members have been rescued and are safe.
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The original version of this article appeared on our sister website, The Phuket Express, owned by our parent company TPN media.
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