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Volunteer firefighter hailed as hero after losing life in Samut Prakan inferno


The body of Korasit Roaphan, a 19-year-old volunteer firefighter who died battling a chemical blaze in Samut Prakan on Monday, was taken to Bangkok’s Wat Thung Khru for funeral rites on Tuesday.

Korasit, from the Somdet Chaophraya Emergency Rescue Unit, participated in efforts to extinguish the fire after an explosion at Ming Dih Chemical factory in Bang Phli district on Monday.

He was the only fatality reported from the incident, which also injured around 40 people and damaged 70 houses and 15 vehicles.

Thousands of netizens mourned his death, thanking him for his brave service and expressing their condolences to his family.

Volunteer firefighter hailed as hero after losing life in Samut Prakan inferno

 

Volunteer firefighter hailed as hero after losing life in Samut Prakan inferno

Volunteer firefighter hailed as hero after losing life in Samut Prakan inferno Volunteer firefighter hailed as hero after losing life in Samut Prakan inferno Volunteer firefighter hailed as hero after losing life in Samut Prakan inferno Volunteer firefighter hailed as hero after losing life in Samut Prakan inferno Volunteer firefighter hailed as hero after losing life in Samut Prakan inferno Volunteer firefighter hailed as hero after losing life in Samut Prakan inferno

Published : July 06, 2021

By : The Nation