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Officials have yet to decide how to deal with the seven-storey apartment building under construction in Pathum Thani that was left leaning and on the verge of collapse after a subsidence. 

Workers unload metal extensions used to protect the area surrounding the tilting building from debris and dust. (Photo by Pongpat Wongyala)

Pranee Channarong, representing Phumarin (Khu Kot) property management, and around 30 residents of Phumarin estate, which immediately adjoins the toppling apartment building, met Friday with city officials including Narong Ausap, deputy mayor of Khu Khot, and Nares Srimuang, director of the civil division of Ku Kot municipality.

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