Bomb in Narathiwat explodes, monks and troopers unhurt

In the Deep South province of Narathiwat bordering on Malaysia, a bomb exploded this morning, with 2 monks and 2 troopers narrowly escaping hurt. The explosion took place early this morning on the facet of the road in Rueso district of the province that often sees violence and bombings from local insurgents.
As is common for Buddhist monks in Thailand, the two monks were walking down the street doing their morning alms. Because of the hazard of insurgency and explosions, the two were being escorted by 2 army rangers who had been offering protection and preserving them secure.
The 4 men were walking on a highway within the Rueso municipal space and shortly after they walked by one space a bomb went off round 6:35 am. Key were clear of the blast and there was nobody shut enough to be hit by the bomb and there have been no reported accidents.
The commander of the forty sixth Ranger Unit and the chief of the Rueso Police Station came collectively to investigate the blast scene and assist bomb disposal officers to make sure the menace was neutralised. No one has been recognized as a suspect in planting the bomb and no particular person or group have claimed responsibility for the incident..