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Questions & Answers: Home snake and electrical circuit hazards

PHUKET: Ingriv in Kamala asks: What should I do, who should I call when I see snakes in my house? We get a lot of them at night, especially after a rain.


By The Phuket News

Thursday 11 September 2014, 10:14AM


WHO YOU GONNA CALL? For snakes, you should call Kusoldharm, but for electrical hazards, then it’s best to phone the Electric Authority.

WHO YOU GONNA CALL? For snakes, you should call Kusoldharm, but for electrical hazards, then it’s best to phone the Electric Authority.

Kusoldharm Rescue workers answered:

You can call Kusoldharm Rescue Foundation at 076-246599 or 076 246301 for 24 hours. Then the foundation will contact nearby workers who standby near your location to provide assistance.
After that, we will release the snake in the forest nearby in Toh Sae Hill or Khao Phra Thaeo National Park.

See related snake collection story here

•Wesley in Kathu asks: Who can I notify if I heard a sound of short circuit on the electric lines?

Phuket Provincial Electricity Authority Office (PPEA) answered:

Thank you for asking. If you hear a sound like that or see the electric lines are fallen, you should call 076-210379, the operation division of PPEA.

The answering officer will ask for your name, contact number and the location before they inspect the scene. And you should wait for our officer in order to point out the electric line and then we will be able fix it.

 

There are no shortage of questions here in Phuket. This is why the faithful readers of The Phuket News are encouraged to email any of their questions to reporter4@classactmedia.co.th. Our team will ask the appropriate authorities, agencies and organisations to find out what you wanted to know. Questions about immigration issues, what to do in emergency situations, why vendors are allowed in certain areas and general island inquiries are encouraged. Anything you wanted to know, The Phuket News will provide you with an official’s answer.

 

 

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