BENOA, Indonesia: A large glow laid rubbish to dozens of boats during a Bali pier on Monday (Jul 9) as firefighters battled to move a thespian glow underneath control.
The glow started around after midnight on a Indonesian holiday island and fast engulfed scarcely 40 internal vessels though no injuries were reported, military said.
“So distant there are no casualties,” Bali military orator Hengky Widjaja said.
Images from Benoa port, that sits subsequent to a renouned traveller heart of Kuta, showed abandon sharpened into a night sky and outrageous plumes of black smoke.
Firefighters were still perplexing to put out a glow by mid-morning.
Crew member Supriyanto, who goes by one name, pronounced he had been defunct on his vessel when he awoke to see a top partial of a vessel on fire.
The glow fast widespread to circuitously vessels including tiny load ships, he added.
Several witnesses pronounced they suspected a glow was started by an electrical malfunction, though authorities pronounced they were still questioning a cause.
Accidental blazes are common in Indonesia where glow reserve regulations are mostly ignored.