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Fireworks shops inspected in Chiang Mai, bans in place for Yi Peng


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Thai Rath reported that Chiang Mai's deputy mayor Ratchanee Chomcheun went with police and local officials to inspect shops selling fireworks and fire crackers on Chang Moi Road. 

 

The shops' licences and products were inspected ahead of the Yi Peng/Loy Krathong celebration from next Monday to Wednesday.

 

There are bans in place for setting off fireworks and launching lanterns in several areas to protect the public from harm. 

 

Forbidden areas are the area of the Chiang Mai municipal offices grounds and opposite Wat Sri Khong. 

Sales of fireworks in those areas is also prohibited.

 

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