Fires gutted a pavilion at a prominent temple in Chonburi over night this past weekend.
Chonburi firefighters were notified of the fire at night time this past weekend ending February 21st at a Buddhist temple located in the Koh Jan district.
The fire rescue team arrived at the Nong Lamduan Promsri Temple in the Tha Boonmee sub-district with multiple fire engines to find that the fire was ablaze inside a central pavilion. It took about half an hour for firefighters to control the fire.
No injuries were reported.
Holy manuscripts and Buddha images were being kept inside the pavilion. Many books were unfortunately lost during the blaze, including some religious manuscripts of high value according to the temple abbott.
No witnesses were found directly on the scene. However, Tha Boonmee police are investigating to find the exact cause of the fire.
Story by The Pattaya News
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