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    Fire in an unused classroom in Krabi

    Fire fighters and fire trucks arrived at a class room on the third floor at a school in Krabi yesterday (May 15). Teachers and students were trying to put out the fire with fire extinguishers and buckets of water

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    Fire destroys wooden house in Rassada

    Officers from the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) stationed at Rassada Municipality were notified of a fire in Soi Tha Jeen in Rassada, Phuket at 5:40pm yesterday (May 6). Fire fighters with three fire trucks along with the Phuket City Police arrived at the scene to find the wooden house well ablaze

  • 40 tourists jump off burning dive boat in Krabi

    40 tourists jump off burning dive boat in Krabi

    Nearly 40 tourists escaped unscathed after a diving boat they were travelling in caught fire near an island in Krabi province late last night (Saturday). The boat passengers jumped into the sea when the fire started and waited for help

  • 40 tourists jump off burning dive boat in Krabi

    40 tourists jump off burning dive boat in Krabi

    Nearly 40 tourists escaped unscathed after a diving boat they were travelling in caught fire near an island in Krabi province late last night (Saturday). The boat passengers jumped into the sea when the fire started and waited for help.

  • Porsche Panamera blaze during battery charge

    Porsche Panamera blaze during battery charge

    A 10 million baht Porsche Panamera caught fire while its battery was recharging in Bangkok’s Taling Chan district early Friday and the flames also damaged the owner’s luxury home. Police and firefighters were summoned at 6.30am and arrived to find the sports car already engulfed and fire in the living room of the house. After the blaze was extinguished, homeowner Natthawut Kritaya-ayanont estimated the damage to the living room and his home-theatre system at 6 million baht, while the car cost 10 million baht

  • UPDATE: Phi Phi boat explosion

    UPDATE: Phi Phi boat explosion

    Authorities have been visiting injured passengers and staff of ‘King Poseidon’ in Phuket and Krabi while a meeting regarding the accident will be held today (January 15) chaired by Phuket’s Governor as well as an investigation at the accident scene by Krabi authorities.

  • Boat fire off Koh Phi Phi – Chinese tourists injured

    Boat fire off Koh Phi Phi – Chinese tourists injured

    A speedboat named ‘King Poseidon’ carrying 31 passengers exploded this morning (January 14) in front of Viking Bay on Koh Phi Phi Ley. Injuries have been reported from the accident. KING POSEIDON ON FIRE IN KRABIA speedboat named 'King Poseidon' carrying 31 passengers exploded this morning (January 14) in front of Viking Bay on Koh Phi Phi Ley.

  • UPDATE: Four Japanese and a Thai guide killed as passenger van rams truck

    UPDATE: Four Japanese and a Thai guide killed as passenger van rams truck

    Five people were killed and one injured when a minivan rammed into the rear of a running truck in Ayutthaya’s Bang Pa-in district on Wednesday. Earlier we reported on The Thaiger and Phuket Gazette that six had been killed. The van was reportedly carrying four Japanese and a Thai guide in addition to the driver.

  • More fire jellyfish found off Krabi

    More fire jellyfish found off Krabi

    More of the fire jellyfish have been found at the beach at Koh Hong between Krabi and Koh Yao Noi. The Chief of Than Bok Khorani National Park, Jampen Pompakdee, and his team collected the poisonous (nasty stings but unlikely to be fatal) fire jellyfish floating along the coast of the Hong Island beach. “The number of fire jellyfish found on the beach comes from the changing direction of the wind and the strong waves hitting Hong Island beach, which bring these jellyfish closer to shore and washes them up on the beaches,” he said

  • Chinese tour bus catches fire – no injuries

    Chinese tour bus catches fire – no injuries

    We’re used to seeing smoke come out of the back of the hundreds of tour buses moving around Phuket’s roads, but not like this. 22 Chinese tourists and their 50 year old bus driver, Khunchai Pinyo, had a scare yesterday. “I was driving the bus with 22 Chinese tourists coming back from Thalang to a birds nest shop in Koh Siray

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