Miracle girl, 3, slept through Thai nursery massacre under blanket to survive

A three-year-old girl who was in the fateful Thailand nursery during the brutal massacre that left 37 kids and adults dead survived as she remained asleep under a blanket throughout the bloody rampage.

Evil ex-cop Panya Khamrapm, 34, burst into the Uthai Sawan daycare centre yesterday (Thursday, October 6) before unleashing a frenzied attack that saw twin brothers and a heavily pregnant teacher among those killed in the worst massacre the country has ever seen.

But as the monster started his senseless killings, young Nong Am stayed in a deep sleep under a blanket and went unnoticed as sick Khamrapm killed her classmates.

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Her uncle, Wutthichai Baothong, gushed: “It is a miracle from God that saved my niece's life.

“Brothers and sisters, out of 30, she was the only one to survive.”

Nong is now being comforted by her relatives but is reportedly yet to fully understand the horrors that occurred around her as she napped.

Cowardly Khamrapm fled in his pickup truck to head home and murder his wife and son before taking his own life, slaughtering 24 children and 13 adults killed in total.

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Among the victims were teacher Supaporn Pramongmuk, 26, who was eight months pregnant.

Her heartbroken husband Seksan Sriraj, 28, said: "I cried until I had no more tears coming out.

The younger victims included twin boys Weerapat and Weeraphon Nuatkao, who were just three.

Abandoned juice boxes were found scattered across the floor next to the tiny bodies of victims laid out on blankets as a haunting reminder of the atrocity that her occurred.

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The world has been left shocked by the brutality of the horrifying murders and officials have laid flowers at the scene with the King and Queen of Thailand also set to attend to pay their respects.

Top cops investigating the tragedy told reporters that Khamrapm had been kicked out of the police for drug charges and had headed to the nursery to collect his own child before the killings.

National Police Chief Damrongsak Kittiprapat added that he had used a legally purchased pistol and was in a manic state during the frenzy.

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