The causes of the fire in a nightclub in Thailand, in the province of Chonburi, which caused the death of many young people are not yet known.
There are victims And woundedincluding many in serious condition, due to a fire that broke out inside a nightclub in the East of Thailand. Investigations are underway to reconstruct the dynamics of what happened.
Victims and injuries inside a nightclub in Thailand
I am at least 13 the victims of the stake, e 40 the injured. Of these, more than a dozen are in very serious conditions, as reported by the health authorities of the province of Chonburiwhere the story took place.
The fire devoured the nightclub Mountain B.about 180 kilometers southeast of the capital Bangkok, around 1:00 am (local time).
They would all be citizens Thais people who died as a result of smoke and flames inside the room. On the other hand, the nationality of all the injured is not known, but there are several among them tourists foreigners.
The causes of the fire in the nightclub
Films broadcast by local television stations show groups of people intent on to escape from the nightclub, then the rescuers turn off the flames.
The strongest images, however, are those taken at dawn, in which they can be seen shoes, glasses And bottles scattered among the charred rubble.
They are not yet clear causes of the terrible fire that took the lives of 13 people. And for this the local authorities have opened a file without excluding any hypothesis, including fraud.
The testimonies of who was inside the burning building
“I saw the flames above the stagecoming from the right side of the room ”, said a person who was present in the disco to the microphones of Pptv.
“At that moment also the singer who was on stage noticed it and screamed to warn the audience of the presence of the fire, dropping the microphone ”, the witness said again.
Firefighters in action for the fire of the Mountain B.
The security staff of the place would have been the last to go outafter attempting to rescue the customers of the Mountain B.
The message of the Thai premier to families
Prime Minister of Thailand Prayuth Chan-ocha he expressed his solidarity with the families of the young people who lost their lives in the fire. He also stated that they will receive state aid.
The premier asked the managers of clubs across the country to make their businesses safe. It is not the first timein fact, similar events occur.