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Explosions near Myanmar Embassy Came from Firecrackers

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Embassy of Myanmar in Bangkok on Sathorn Nua Road

Embassy of Myanmar in Bangkok on Sathorn Nua Road. Photo: Embassy of Myanmar Bangkok / Facebook.


BANGKOK, Feb 9 (TNA) – Explosions near the Myanmar embassy yesterday were caused by ball-shaped firecrackers and police were hunting for a wrongdoer, the Bangkok police chief said.

Pol Lt Gen Pakapong Pongpetra, commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Bureau, said that the explosions came from ball-shaped firecrackers in plastic wraps which used low-power gunpowder. Police did not find any shrapnel and no one was injured in the incident.

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