Thailand: Two Australian tourists drowning in medical bills after speedboat accident

Posted on February 14, 2013 • Filed under: Thailand, Tourist Stories, Tourists Injured

As reported by, “Two Australian sisters injured in a speedboat incident last month now face mounting doctor’s bills after what they say was incorrect treatment by Phuket International Hospital – with the tour company responsible yet to pay for expensive additional treatment. Tegan Larin, 24, and her sister Rahni, 27, were on holiday in Phuket when the speedboat (belonging to local company Andawaree Co Ltd) in which they were travelling was hit by strong waves on January 30, throwing the tourists up to one metre high in the air.” Read Article

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