Fire breaks out at luxury lodge in Bangkok, no injuries reported

A fire broke out at the 18-storey luxury resort in Bangkok early this morning. There had been no stories of deaths and accidents. The cause of the fireplace remains to be underneath investigation, but firefighters say it could have began at a pile of trash outdoors the resort and moved up the electricity pole to the wires related to the eighth flooring of the lodge.
At around 3am, a fire was reported on the eighth ground of the resort on Si Ayutthaya Road within the Phraya Thai area of Bangkok. Officers from Phraya Thai Police Station and the Office of Disaster Prevention Mitigation have been referred to as to the scene. Firefighters introduced three fire vehicles to the scene.
Unsung at the hotel, each Thais and foreigners, had been evacuated. It took firefighters round 15 minutes to cease the fireplace and clear the smoke. After the fire was extinguished, firefighters investigated the realm and say it could have began at a pile of trash exterior and moved up to the eighth degree from the electrical energy pole and connecting wires. A additional investigation on the cause of the fire would be conducted later..