Investigation launched in central Thailand after 2 oil tanker explosions in a month

An investigation is being launched into why there have been 2 oil tankers explosions in Bangkok within the area of a month. The Transport Ministry has instructed the Marine Department to launch a probe into the explosions, the most recent of which occurred on Sunday.
The Ampar 8 was carrying over 3 million litres of crude oil from the island of Si Chang in Chon Buri, and making an attempt to moor at Pom Phrachul 2 pier on Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River, when the explosion occurred. One crew member was killed and three others have been injured.
โซล่าเซลล์ราคาถูก confirmed there was no oil leak into the river, adding that after the hearth in the anchor windlass room was brought beneath management, investigators would go on board. Meanwhile, the pier has been sealed off for now.
“A preliminary investigation found that no oil leaked into the Chao Phraya River. Officials are utilizing fireboats to spray water at the ship’s bow, which has now stopped emitting black smoke, to cut back the temperature and forestall another explosion.”

Earlier this month, another oil tanker exploded whereas at a pier in the Phra Pradaeng district of Samut Prakan. The March 9 explosion on the Smooth Sea II also killed 1 crew member and injured three others..

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