4 students killed by school principal’s car in northeast


NONG BUA LAM PHU, June 11 — Four students were killed and 11 others injured after a car driven by a school principal crashed into a school in Thailand’s northeastern province of Nong Bua Lam Phu this morning.

The car driven by an unnamed school principal ploughed into the fence of Nong Bua Witthayayon School and hit the students who were attending the exhibition organised by National Science Museum (NSM).

Four students were killed in the accident, three girls and one boy, and 11 others were injured and were taken to hospital.

The driver of the car, identified as the principal of Wang Nam Khao School, was also injured and was taken to Nongbua Lamphu Hospital by police.

The school principal reportedly suffers from epilepsy.