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Man burned after wife lets off gas at work

Man burned after wife lets off gas at work

A moto repair store is in need of repair itself after a naked flame and its close proximity to gasoline bottles saw the whole stall go up in smoke.

A man was hard at work fixing a busted moto as his wife filled bottles with gasoline when a nearby fire jumped to their stall, reducing it to ashes in 10 minutes flat.

The husband suffered burns but his wife was fortunately unscathed.

Koh Santepheap

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