Doi Pui mountain’s TV Tower in Chiang Rai rescued from forest fires

The Channel 9 TV transmitter tower atop Doi Pui mountain in Thailand’s northern province of Chiang Rai had an in depth shave with destruction as forest fires inched dangerously close last night. Thanks to the relentless efforts of the firefighting volunteers who rushed to save tons of the day!
A motley crew of officers from Mae Puem National Park and local volunteers joined forces as the fires threatened the tower. Printable operating the relay station close to the tower battled the flames fiercely, holding them at bay till fire-fighting reinforcements descended on the scene. Together, they subdued the flames and created a fire break as a safety measure. Phew!
These cussed forest fires weren’t just confined to Doi Pui mountain, though. Reports of fires cropped up everywhere in the shop yesterday, including in the Huai Chompu sub-district of Mueang district, Lam Nam Kok National Park in Mae Suai district, on Jorakhae mountain in Mae Chan district, the nationwide forest reserves in Tha Ko and Sithoi sub-districts of Mae Suai district, and in Wiang Pa Pao district.
In complete, a whopping 171 hotspots had been detected in Chiang Rai yesterday. It’s astounding to consider the dedication and bravery displayed by the firefighting volunteers and officials as they tackled every of these hotspots to guard native communities and infrastructure. Their onerous work has actually not gone unnoticed, and they deserve large props for his or her efforts.
We can only hope and pray that the state of affairs in Chiang Rai and the relaxation of the northern provinces improves quickly. Thankfully, the Channel 9 TV transmitter tower still stands tall, serving as a testomony to the unwavering spirit of the firefighters..

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