Pathum Thani condo site fire swiftly doused, no injuries reported

Photo courtesy of KhaoSod

A construction site fire at a condominium in the Khu Khot area of Pathum Thani province was swiftly contained, with no injuries reported, according to Noble Development Plc.

The company confirmed the incident occurred yesterday in a temporary storage area and not in residential zones, reassuring that business operations would continue as usual today.

Yesterday, a fire broke out at the New Core Khu Khot Station, a well-known eight-story condominium under construction directly opposite the Khu Khot Police Station in Khu Khot, Lam Luk Ka district, Pathum Thani province. Noble Development Plc., a leading real estate company, clarified the details surrounding the incident.

The fire ignited within a temporary storage space on the first floor of the building, an area currently used to store construction materials. Fortunately, the quick response from the fire department and on-site project management ensured that the blaze was controlled without reaching any residential areas of the building. Importantly, there were no casualties or injuries as a result of the incident.

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In the aftermath of the fire, Noble Development Plc., made it clear that the sales office of the New Core Khu Khot Station project will remain open for business. The company has maintained a robust stance on continuing its operations without interruption.

Sales representatives and project staff are available to clients and interested buyers from 9.30am to 6.30pm today, confirming the company’s commitment to its customers and the ongoing construction project, reported KhaoSod.

The New Core Khu Khot Station is a highly anticipated residential project slated for completion by the end of this year. Despite the fire, the construction is progressing as planned, and the incident has not caused significant delays.

In related news, a single-storey concrete house was engulfed in flames, leading to extensive damage and a call for those responsible to come forward. This incident, which occurred last Sunday, March 24, is believed to have originated from local farmers illegally burning rice straw in nearby fields, causing the fire to spread uncontrollably.

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