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Fire levels explosives depot at Chanthaburi Border Police camp
Posted 27 June 2012 - 02:18 AM
CHANTHABURI, June 27 -- Fire has gutted an explosives depot at Chao Phraya Bodindecha Border Patrol Police camp in the eastern province of Chanthaburi, damaging police housing.
Only minor injuries were reported.
The fire occurred at 10.45pm at the explosives depot in Chao Phraya Bodindecha camp, base of the Border Patrol Police Sub-Division 11, and explosions occurred five or six times as the flames touched off varied munitions stores.
Six fire engines rushed to the scene, but due to exploding ordnance had waited for their safety to douse the flames.
Initial reports said that the fire broke out at a small depot housing rocket-propelled grenades, mortar shells, landmines, and small arms ammunition retrieved by Border Patrol Police Sub-Division 11 and bomb squads along the Thai-Cambodia border during and after the Indochina war. Some of the explosive devices were wait-listed for being destroyed.
The cause of the fire was unknown. The Border Patrol Police gave no information to media who were not given access to cover the incident.
The fire damaged 11 or 12 homes of police, while three or four police who sustained minor wounds from shrapnel on their arms and legs were hospitalised.
The explosions ended at 11.40 pm, when firefighters and volunteers fully accessed the site, taking 20 minutes to end the fire. (MCOT online news)
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