BANGKOK, THAILAND (WNCT) – Thai police report a second explosion in Bangkok, with no injuries, a day after deadly bombing.
The latest explosion happened at a ferry pier in the capital.
The first explosion rocked a central Bangkok intersection during the evening rush hour, killing at least 20 people and injuring 140 on Monday.
The cause of the first explosion, which sounded like a loud thunderclap to people living nearby, was not immediately known.
The explosion took place at the Rajprasong intersection, which was the center of many contentious political demonstrations in recent years. It appeared to have occurred in front of the Erawan Shrine, a tourist landmark also popular with Thais
Thailand’s defense minister says there were no prior hints of an attack planned on a popular shrine at a busy Bangkok intersection.
The prime minister vows to track down the culprits and says there may be surveillance camera video of the attackers.
Thailand officials say no one was hurt in a second explosion.