In Mueang Mae Hong Son, northern Thailand, a minivan transporting Thai tourists crashed into a tree, injuring seven persons.
The collision was reported to the local police. 500 meters before the Pa Suea Waterfall, along a road curve, police and emergency personnel arrived at the site.
The minivan had collided with a tree, causing damage. Five other people suffered minor injuries, while two more, including the driver of the minivan, suffered moderate injuries. All of them were sent to a local hospital. Emergency personnel withheld their names.
Emergency services in Thailand informed the media that the minivan was transporting Thai tourists from Sing Buri to Mae Hong Son. The driver of the minivan, who was unfamiliar with the route, lost control of the vehicle as they reached the curve in the road, causing it to crash into the tree.