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A disgruntled employee allegedly blew up an oil warehouse where she worked in Thailand because she was fed up with her boss “complaining” and “causing her stress.”
Ann Sriya, 38, allegedly set a piece of paper on fire and threw it on a fuel container, setting off a fire that engulfed the Prapakorn Oil warehouse in Nakhon Pathom province on November 29.
She was arrested and confessed to arson, claiming she was fueled by stress caused by her employer Pipat Ungprapakorn, 65, according to police.
CCTV footage shows Ms. Sriya, who worked as a warehouse manager, entering the warehouse clutching what appears to be a piece of paper before walking behind a row of containers.
Another clip appears to show flames flickering on top of a container in the single-story warehouse, which stores thousands of gallons of oil tanks.
Hell, which caused £ 900,000 worth of damage, spread rapidly due to flammable material in the tanks, and dramatic footage shows fireballs and dark plumes of smoke billowing out of the warehouse.
More than 40 fire trucks worked to extinguish the blaze, while video footage showed firefighters spraying water from high-pressure hoses onto the blackened structure.
In addition to controlling the fire, firefighters had to prevent burning oil from spilling into a canal and reaching a nearby residential area.
It took emergency services four hours to finally bring the fire under control.
A villager named Sirasini reportedly suffered burns to her arm and was rushed to hospital. She now she’s out of the woods.
Officials estimated that the cost of the damage to the oil reservoir was estimated at 40 million THB (£ 900,000). In the photo: Firefighters fighting the fire
More than ten houses were reportedly damaged in hell as well.
Officials estimated that the cost of the damage to the oil reservoir was estimated at 40 million THB (£ 900,000).
Police arrested Ms Sriya, who has worked for Prapakorn Oil for 9 years, on December 1 and allegedly confessed to committing arson.
According to the police, she claimed that her actions were fueled by stress caused by her employer, Pipat Ungprapakorn.
Maj. Gen. Chomchawin Purthananon said: “This is the second time a fire has started in this factory. The woman has worked for Prapakorn Oil for nine years.
“He said that her employer complained to her and caused her stress every day, and that he did not expect the fire to start causing this level of damage.”
Ann was in custody while the police interviewed the factory owner.
Ann Sriya Quick and Facts
- Ann Sriya, 38, allegedly blew up the Prapakorn Oil warehouse on November 29
- She allegedly set a piece of paper on fire and threw it on top of a fuel container
- Pictures show plumes of smoke billowing out of warehouse in Nakhon Pathom
- Sriya claimed she driven by the stress her boss Pipat Ungprapakorn caused her