Forest fires have once again broken out in the Nakhon Nayok province, raising concerns and prompting authorities to take swift action to prevent the blazes from spreading to Khao Yai National Park. The Acting Director-General of the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, Atthaphon Charoenchansa, reported that firefighters are working tirelessly to suppress the fires at Ban Wang Ree, which is located in close proximity to the national park.
In an effort to keep the fires at bay and prevent them from reaching the park, authorities have set up fire breaks in the area. The situation remains precarious, and officials are keeping a watchful eye on the flames to ensure that they do not spread any further.
Reports indicate that the fires have also rekindled at the Khao Nang Dam and are rapidly spreading towards Khao Tabaek, which is located near Saraburi province. This has prompted the deployment of fire and water trucks to the communities in the vicinity, and officials are working tirelessly to prevent any further damage.
The safety of residents and their neighborhoods remains a top priority, and authorities are taking all necessary steps to ensure that they are protected from the wildfires. With helicopters and water trucks on standby, officials are poised to take swift action to contain the fires and prevent them from spreading any further.