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Twelve kindergarten students of a school in Sark Lek district of Phichit were rushed to the district hospital on Monday with serious stomach-ache after having drunk free school milk.
The incident prompted the provincial public health office to dispatch inspectors to examine samples of milk at Sark Lek kindergarten school where 12 students suffered vomiting and stomach-ache after having drunk milk provided by the school.
Dr Somsak Siriwattanakul, deputy director of the provincial health office, said that initial examination showed the milk at Sark Lek kindergarten school was rotten. He said that the teachers there didn’t realize that the milk was not fit for consumption and distributed to the children.
Mr Thaweep Srisawat, the school director, said that the 12 children were in stable condition now after being treated at the hospital. He added that other bigger students were also given the same kind of milk and they were alright.
The milk was produced in Nakhon Ratchasima and Ratchaburi. But no expiration dates were printed on the packages.