A bomb blast in southeastern Myanmar killed one person and wounded twelve people recently this week.
“One died from those injuries when they arrived at hospital,” a government official from the Karen State administration council said.
According to the Thai PBS World, the blast from a vehicle detonated near Thanlwin bridge checkpoint at around 6:50 am local time (0020 GMT).
“About 13 people including passengers and security members there were injured,” the officials said, requesting anonymity.
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack.