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Indian man dies in Samut Prakan room fire

SAMUT PRAKAN: An Indian man died from burns suffered in a petrol-fuelled fire he is believed to have started himself in his apartment room in Muang district on Monday night. police said. Pol Lt Adithep Phocharoen, a duty officer, said the fire was reported about 10.30pm. It was in room 5201 on the second floor […]Read More


Safety Sign Seen at Samut Prakan Burnt Factory

SAMUT PRAKAN, July8 (TNA) – Hazardous material removal workers found the sign of safety at the burnt foam bead plant in Bang Phli district as inflammable chemicals there already became nonflammable. The workers poured Diethylhydroxylamine (DEHA) into chemical tanks at Ming Dih Chemical Co on King Kaew 21 Road to turn inflammable chemicals into nonflammable […]Read More


Suvarnabhumi Airport remains open, despite clouds of black smoke over

Bangkok’s main international airport, Suvarnabhumi, remains open as normal with planes landing and taking off as usual, said Deputy Director of Suvarnabhumi Airport Kittiya Kontong today (Monday). A huge plume of black smoke, billowing from a burning chemical factory in Bang Phli district of Samut Prakan, can be clearly seen in the skies over parts […]Read More


Samut Prakan chemical factory explosion inferno kills 1, at least

One rescuer was killed and more than 60 people injured in an overnight explosion and inferno at a chemical factory that continued to send black smoke into the sky over Bang Phli district of Samut Prakan late into Monday afternoon. Helicopters, some from the army, were called in to help firefighters spray flame retardant foam […]Read More


Mailed drugs lead to arrests of Nigerian, Thai in Samut

Officials arrested a Nigerian man and a Thai woman for allegedly possessing cocaine and also separately seized about half a kilogramme of heroin destined for Australia. Wichai Chaimongkol, secretary-general of the Office of the Narcotics Control Board, said on Tuesday that 470 grammes of heroin had been found in a parcel at a shipping company […]Read More


17 medics at Samut Prakan hospital isolated after patient lies

Seventeen medical personnel at Samut Prakan provincial hospital have been quarantined after a patient failed to disclose information about his contact with a person infected with COVID-19. The hospital said, in its Facebook post today (Friday), that two doctors, nine nurses and six other medics, who were in close contact with the patient in question, […]Read More


Elderly German monk found dead in Samut Prakan

SAMUT PRAKAN: A reclusive German monk was found dead in an set-apart house at Wat Asokaram in Muang district on Tuesday afternoon, police said. Pol Lt Col Wuthi Puthipanon, a Muang police investigator, said the discovery of the body was reported about 4pm. Full story: Bangkok Post Sutthiwit Chayutworakan BANGKOK POSTRead More