CityNews – An eye-witness to the three person shooting at Baan Din restaurant early last Saturday morning says shooter, dentistry student Don Prawinmet, was beaten by four men before he went to get his gun and subsequently shot someone who had helped him.
The witness, an American expat who has asked to remain anonymous, told CityNews that, “The shooter was beaten by four or so members of the Thai bar staff. He was helped up by one of the victims as well as another foreigner. They assisted him to his car, he drove off and returned 5-10 minutes later.”
The man says Don fired 6 shots from his car and then drove off, not five shots as we had earlier reported. The man also disagrees with another witness to the shooting stating that Don, “Never returned” [to the restaurant].
He says in spite of assisting Don the beaten man opened fire on them, “Nic [Canadian male victim] and myself pulled the shooter out of the pile. I walked him to the car. I used my shirt to wipe the blood from his face. I was 3 feet away from Nic and a foot away from Tae when he came back.”
Fortunately he wasn’t injured. The latest information we received about Nic is that he suffered a collapsed lung and a broken rib. He is currently in a stable condition at Suan Dok hospital.
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