Cigarette butt believed to have caused Phuket house fire

PUBLISHED ON FRI, AUG 11, 2017 12:20 PM

Cigarette butt believed to have caused Phuket house fire

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Capt Nipon Temsung of the Kathu Police inspects the scene of the fire. Photo: Eakkapop Tongtub

 

PHUKET: -- Police believe that a burning cigarette butt was the cause of a fire at a house in Kathu today.

 

Firefighters received a report of a fire at a property in the Phanason Park Ville 1 housing complex on Soi Namtok, Kathu where it was stated that a person was stuck on the top floor of the property.

 

Firefighters arrived at the scene together with Capt Nipon Temsung of the Kathu Police to find smoke bellowing out from the top floor of the two-storey house.

 

Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/cigarette-butt-believed-to-have-caused-phuket-house-fire-63421.php

 
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