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Police get the hoses out to tackle pollution

Jan 20. 2019
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By Kornkamon Aksorndech
The Nation

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Traffic police and volunteers sprayed water at four locations in Bangkok on Sunday morning in a bid to curb the dust pollution.

Pol Maj General Nithithorn Jintakanon, commander of the Traffic Police Division of the Metropolitan Police Bureau, presided at the dispatch of 150 police officers and volunteers from his headquarters on Vibhavadi-Rangsit Road. 

They sprayed water in front of the Government Complex on Chaeng Wattana Road, the Din Daeng expressway toll gates and at the Ratchadapisek-Lat Phrao intersection on Lat Phrao Road and a Ramkhamhaeng Road intersection.

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