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Power cables catch fire in Kamala

PHUKET: A fire broke out among tangled street-side cables in the area of Naka Rd in Kamala yesterday (June 11).

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By The Phuket News

Sunday 12 June 2022, 10:00AM


Emergency responders from Kamala Tambon Administrative Organisation (OrBorTor) were called to a small street in Kamala where power cables caught fire. The incident was reported by Kamala OrBorTor at 3.24pm, yet the time of the incident was not specified in the report.

Rescue workers from the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation division of Kamala OrBorTor arrived at the scene and successfully doused the blaze using fire extinguishers. Neither the extent of the  damage nor the cause of the fire were reported.

In case of fire, please contact the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation division at 076-385789,” Kamala OrBorTor noted.

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christysweet | 13 June 2022 - 10:28:24

  Why not use water on an electrical fire? Really? I actually learned the answer to this in about 3rd grade, possibly earlier. Try to reason it out. 

BigaAResort | 12 June 2022 - 21:04:20

Of course,those experts are what they are Ex from what? Why did they not use a water hose? Experts
Hoest

Kurt | 12 June 2022 - 12:08:50

We all know that of the large dangling cable spaghetti 50% not works. Broken cables never removed, just hang new ones aside. Officialdom still not realise how much 'not used'capital hangs in the air, imagine how much money can be made by recycling that old stuf. And lighter poles don't fall that easy as overweighted ones ( who not stand deep!).

 

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