Firemens continue to spray water on the stressed out Club Nashaa structure after bringing the blaze in Pattaya’s Strolling Street under control early on Monday early morning. (Image: Chaiyot Pupattanapong)

PATTAYA: A fire at Club Nashaa, a typically popular Indian club and dining establishment in South Pattaya, on Sunday night triggered an approximated 50 million baht damage, cops stated. There were no casualties.

10 fire truck and 100 firefighters from Nong Prue, Bang Lamung and other towns were employed to combat the blaze, which began about 9.30 pm in the three-storey structure on Strolling Street.

Saptawee Ongnonyang, chief of Pattaya City’s land catastrophe avoidance workplace, stated the fire was brought under control after midnight, however firefighters kept spraying the website with water to avoid it flaring once again. The surrounding structures likewise suffered fire damage.

The within the structure was gutted by the fire. There were no casualties. Damage was at first approximated at 50 million baht.

Authorities were questioning club personnel.

Forensic private investigators were taking a look at the charred structure on Monday to develop the reason for the fire.

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