THAI RESORT ISLAND GRIPPRD BY POWER OUTAGES, CAUSED PROBABLY, BY NAVY SHIP

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Popular in the past resort island Koh Samui suffered outages in several areas on Mar 8, caused it is believed, by damaged underwater power cable. The main suspect in damaging power cable is Thai Royal Navy amphibious ship HTMS ANGTHONG (LPD-791), which is anchored in Samui waters in cable area since Mar 7. Reportedly, power supply was restored, Nay Command said incident is under investigation, to determine if HTMS ANGTHONG is responsible for cable damage. 
Royal Thai Navy amphibious ship HTMS ANGTHONG (LPD-791), Callsign HSNJ, displacement 8500, commissioned 2012, capacity 18 tanks, 20 vehicles and bulk cargo, troops 350–500, crew 65, 6 fast crafts, helicopters, armament missiles, guns.

Posted in Accidents by Mikhail Voytenko on Mar 08, 2021 at 15:01.