The headquarters of PTTEP Plc, Skyscraper A, a 36-story building, was where the fire started. Fortunately, firefighters arrived at the area right away, and no injuries were noted. On June 21, a second fire destroyed roughly 30 homes in the city’s Pathumwan area. In recent months, there have been a few fires in Bangkok. In just 10 minutes, the firefighters were able to put out the fire. By 1pm, the fire was fully extinguished, and police intend to look into what started it. Firefighters and rescuers discovered that the fire had begun in a wooden house and had later spread to neighboring wooden homes. Residents whose homes were completely destroyed by fire were accommodated and provided with aid at a temporary shelter close to a community center.
An initial inspection revealed that the fire was started by a transformer explosion at a three-story shophouse. The Metropolitan Electrical Authority of Bangkok dismantled two network transformers from the same property where the fire started last month. On June 26, a large fire in Bangkok’s Chinatown claimed the lives of two individuals, a 34-year-old man and a 52-year-old woman. Around 12,000 people live in the congested Bon Kai neighborhood in Bangkok’s center, where the fire started. This neighborhood is only 2.4 hectares in size. The Energy Ministry’s facility in Bangkok’s Chatuchak area caught fire today.

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