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This morning, due to large waves in the Gulf of Thailand, a ferry heading to Koh Tao sank.

This morning, due to large waves in the Gulf of Thailand, a ferry heading to Koh Tao sank.

All 70 passengers and crew members were rescued and transported to the island.

Local authorities reported that waves about 3 meters high hit the ferry's side, causing seawater to enter its hull and damage water pumps.

This morning, due to large waves in the Gulf of Thailand, a ferry heading to Koh Tao sank.

The vessel got stranded approximately 27.78 km from Koh Tao and began slowly taking on water, sinking completely at 10:30 in the morning.

The ferry's crew promptly reported the flooding to the relevant services, leading to the successful evacuation of all passengers and crew members to the shore.

This morning, due to large waves in the Gulf of Thailand, a ferry heading to Koh Tao sank.

Earlier, the Thai Meteorological Department had warned of adverse weather conditions in the southern provinces of the country from December 22 to 25.

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