THAI GIRL WHO LOST HER LEGS IN SG MRT ACCIDENT LANDS $245K JOB CONTRACT!

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Photo Credits: Nitcharee Peneakchanasak

Six years ago, Thai girl can will be looking forward to receiving a new duo of prosthetic legs after both her legs was lost in an MRT mishap in Singapore.

Ms Nitcharee Peneakchanasak, now 21, has gotten a six-month agreement at a hospital that reimburse S$40,800 monthly. A pair of prosthetic legs price about five million baht.

Dr Adison Phatthradun, director of the World Medical Hospital (WMH), said Ms Nitcharee was selected to be a “happiness observer” for of her inspirational story regarding how she overwhelmed the damage of her limbs.

Ms Nitcharee, better recognised as Nong Than to Thais, winning over 11 other candidates for the WMH job meant to boost patients’ morale.

 

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