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Daily News Thai Caption: So dangerous

 

Daily News reported on a TikTok video of about ten seconds posted by amiteo217 that showed a rusty old gas tank on the back of a pick-up spewing gas. 

 

It was surrounded by other canisters being delivered outside shops. 

 

The poster said he had heard and smelled gas after getting his lunch and he alerted the lady at the food shop who got the owner to do something.

 

He responded in a "chilled" manner by just stuffing a old rag in the leak and calling his boss.

 

The poster spoke facetiously of Thailand's "quality gas canisters".

 

Netizens reacted in droves pointing out that a single spark could have led to disaster. 

 

To which the poster responded that he didn't dare start his ignition. 

 

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18 minutes ago, webfact said:

It was surrounded by other canisters being delivered outside shops

You see these vehicles driving around town with their dangerous goods on board. 

 

Most of these vehicles are unroadworthy and these drivers aren't trained to carry dangerous goods. 

 

If this cannister ignites, sadly innocent people will get hurt and you'll have lots of destruction. 

 

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2 hours ago, SAFETY FIRST said:

You see these vehicles driving around town with their dangerous goods on board. 

 

Most of these vehicles are unroadworthy and these drivers aren't trained to carry dangerous goods. 

 

If this cannister ignites, sadly innocent people will get hurt and you'll have lots of destruction. 

 

Will you buy them new vehicles? Will you pay for training?

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6 minutes ago, SAFETY FIRST said:

Seems a little unfair for me to buy new vehicles and pay for training. 

 

I've got some money but these are expensive items. 

 

 

 

Precisely- Opinions are cheap and useless.  But might make the opinion  giver feel superior.  But they are not superior  just stating the obvious.

I was here in the autumn  of 90 or spring 91 when there was a terrible gas explosion in Bangkok.

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8 hours ago, The Hammer2021 said:

Precisely- Opinions are cheap and useless.  But might make the opinion  giver feel superior.  But they are not superior  just stating the obvious.

I was here in the autumn  of 90 or spring 91 when there was a terrible gas explosion in Bangkok.

That's a very sad story. 

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20 hours ago, SAFETY FIRST said:

You see these vehicles driving around town with their dangerous goods on board. 

 

Most of these vehicles are unroadworthy and these drivers aren't trained to carry dangerous goods. 

 

If this cannister ignites, sadly innocent people will get hurt and you'll have lots of destruction. 

 

Your name says it all.... Safety first.

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17 hours ago, The Hammer2021 said:

Precisely- Opinions are cheap and useless.  But might make the opinion  giver feel superior.  But they are not superior  just stating the obvious.

I was here in the autumn  of 90 or spring 91 when there was a terrible gas explosion in Bangkok.

Well I  hope  YOU  paid for that  damage then..

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