Mai Van Truong treated in Klang general hospital (Source: VNA)
The only Vietnamese citizen injured in a bomb attack in Bangkok in mid-August, was helped to return home on September 5 by the Vietnamese Embassy in Thailand.

According to Thai doctors at the Klang General Hospital, Mai Van Truong’s health was deemed stable after two weeks of treatment.

During his period of hospitalisation, Truong received support from the Vietnamese embassy.

The explosion at Bangkok’s Erawan shrine on August 17 killed 20 people and injured more than 120. Truong was thrown three metres from where he was standing near the shrine and suffered from a broken bone in his left foot.

Another blast occurred at a Bangkok pier the following day, causing no injuries.-VNA