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Bangkok Governor: Chatuchak market safe and no damage to tourism after fire

 

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Bangkok's governor has declared Chatuchak Market safe after the fire at the weekend that damaged 100 shops. 

 

General Asawin Kwanmuang was speaking to the media on Monday saying there was no damage to tourism.

 

Repairs would be made quickly and in the meantime tents for those affected were being erected. 

 

Sunday evening's fire - after the world famous weekend market had shut for the day - damaged shops over a 240 square wah area. 

 

It appears that an electrical fault, coupled with the extreme heat being experienced in Bangkok, was to blame and meters are now being replaced. 

 

Source: TNA

 

 

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Whoever is the landlord needs to upgrade the electrics. Last 2 times I was there , there were electrical shortcuts accompanied by small explosions. Both were situated in the sprawling restaurant area to the side. They seemed to have extensions running from extensions......

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

saying there was no damage to tourism. 

Its an order!

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Is this the same Bangkok governor who did not know prostitution was going on at Lupini Park ?  Love JJ.  Hope it is safe.

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When an official speaks, it is often double-speak. Research recent history.

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21 hours ago, webfact said:

General Asawin Kwanmuang was speaking to the media on Monday saying there was no damage to tourism.

They just have to say it !!!

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