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Chinese woman, rescued from cliff fall five years ago returns to thank her saviors

A Chinese woman, who was rescued by park officials in Ubon Ratchathani after a fall from a cliff about five years ago, returned to the park on Saturday to thank the people who saved her life.

According to the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, Wang Nan visited the Phataem National Park office in Khong Chiam district to thank the park’s chief, Pramuan Rattanawan, and his officials for their help in saving her life.

Photo: Phataem National Park

Wang Nan and her husband visited the national park on June 9th, 2019. While standing at the Alexander the Great cliff viewpoint, she fell into the ravine, about 34 metres below. She had been pushed by her husband to claim her inheritance.

Fortunately, however, several trees broke her fall, which would otherwise have been fatal. A rescue team from the park was rushed to her rescue and took her to the district…

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