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Firefighters work the scene of a structure fire at the Nashaa Club, Pattaya, Chonburi province, Thailand. Bangkok: A fire in Pattaya, the Thai seaside resort city southeast of Bangkok known for its racy nightlife, has badly damaged a large nightclub catering to Indian tourists, officials said Monday. The Nashaa Club was closed, as are most entertainment establishments due a a government-ordered coronavirus lockdown. Pattaya is filled with bars, discos and restaurants that — before the pandemic — were patronised by millions of tourists each year. The city is notorious for its sex industry.
There were no casualties.
Ten fire engines and firemen from Nong Prue, Bang Lamung and other municipalities were called in to fight the blaze, which started about 9. Saptawee Ongnonyang, chief of Pattaya City's land disaster prevention office, said the fire was brought under control after midnight, but firemen kept spraying the site with water to prevent it flaring up again.
The adjacent buildings also suffered fire damage. The inside of the building was gutted by the fire. Damage was initially estimated at 50 million baht.
Walking street and side sois
Police were questioning club staff. Forensic investigators were examining the charred building on Monday to establish the cause of the fire. Local mobile operators and IT retailers have expressed confidence that the new iPhone 13 will encourage more people to switch to 5G handsets and propel smartphone sales in the final quarter of this year, after sales of the new models began on Friday.
Two foreign men have been arrested for allegedly using fake electronic cards to withdraw money from bank s belonging to people in Bangkok and Hua Hin. Other Services. Fire destroys popular Pattaya club Fire destroys popular Pattaya club. Firefighters continue to spray water on the burned out Club Nashaa building after bringing the blaze in Pattaya's Walking Street under control early on Monday morning.
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