Seven Thai Workers Injured in Missile Strike on Israel-Lebanon Border

The Royal Thai Embassy in Tel Aviv sent out a report stating seven workers from Thailand were injured and one person of an unidentified nationality killed when a missile struck near the Israel-Lebanon border on March 4th.

Further details elaborated on the matter, saying two Thai workers sustained critical injuries, four were moderately injured, and the remaining were only slightly injured. A medical team in Israel, joined by military staff, airlifted the victims to a hospital. One man underwent surgery, and two are in the trauma unit, with one in moderate condition and another in better shape. The individual killed in the attack is reportedly a Thai citizen in his thirties.

Afterward, the embassy issued a warning to all Thai citizens working or living in areas with ongoing conflict, requesting that they contact the embassy for evacuation to safer areas.