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We are ready to save the tourists! Fire drill at Hua Hin mall designed to inspire confidence


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We are ready to save the tourists! Fire drill at Hua Hin mall designed to inspire confidence

 

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A full scale fire drill and evacuation was mounted yesterday at the popular Market Village mall in downtown Hua Hin.

 

77kaoded said that the event was designed to inspire confidence among tourists in the safety measures. It would also help staff and rescue personnel to understand what to do in an emergency. 

 

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Joining in with the drill were officers from the Hua Hin police, local tourist police and tessakit (municipal council staff). 

 

Source: 77kaoded

 

 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

We are ready to save the tourists! Fire drill at Hua Hin mall designed to inspire confidence

 

Not to be outdone by those show-off firefighters....the Police mount their own tourist offensive...

 

 

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12 hours ago, trainman34014 said:

All very commendable but the Firemen around our way wear T Shirts and Flip Flops on the job !

Well its hot work

Are they required to buy their own uniforms and equipment similar to police? 

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It seems to me more a warning of the many "fires" that are in Thailand than an inspiration of confidence!
For the greatest dangers here (criminals and road hazards) you don't need the fire brigade but the police!

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15 hours ago, Hayduke said:

 

Not to be outdone by those show-off firefighters....the Police mount their own tourist offensive...

 

 

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The motto of the tourist police, "YOUR FIRST FRIEND" ..., what do they mean?

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Ready to save tourists, rather mainly their money of course.

 

One needs to be either blind, ignorantly rich or careless to still shop in Thai upscale malls where the prices are similar (if not more), then the top level malls of France, Spain, Italy etc.

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