The Vietnamese victims, who were sent to four hospitals in Bangkok, are getting better and two of them were discharged from the hospitals.

The fire breaking out inside the Ratchathewi Apartment in Bangkok on early April 3

The fire occurred at about 2:30 am on April 3. The flames quickly engulfed the seventh floor of the 30-year-old Ratchathewi Apartment, where some 30 Vietnamese, mostly students, live, in a lane on Phetchaburi street and later spread to the upper floors.

At least three people were killed and about 60 others were injured in the fire.

Two out of the three dead were identified as not Vietnamese while the remaining’s identify remains unknown.

The Embassy of Vietnam to Thailand said they continue to keep a close watch on the case, get regular updates from local authorities, and take necessary steps to protect Vietnamese citizens.

Thai authority suspected that a short circuit might have caused the fire.

Source: VNA