14 Apr '11, 2am

Thai girl who lost legs in train accident receives surprise visit from the Thai Princess' team of royal doctors

Thai girl who lost legs in train accident receives surprise visit from the Thai Princess' team of royal doctors

Nitcharee's father said they can now afford to stay here for at least another six months, because of donations from members of the public. He will be returning to Trang next Tuesday to accompany her mother here, while her sister was scheduled to arrive here last night. -- ST PHOTOS: NG SOR LUAN View more photos PENEAKCHANASAK Nitcharee received some very unusual visitors from her hospital bed yesterday. The 14-year-old Thai girl, who lost her legs in a horrific train accident on April 3, was surprised when a senior aide of Thai Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn and her team of royal doctors paid her a visit. The doctors promised to give her medical assistance if she decides to return to Thailand for treatment. The Princess, who is the second daughter of Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej, was here yesterday on a one-day private visit. 'I am happy and excited,' said Nitcharee, who ...

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