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23 December 2013 :: 17:12:52 pm 80663

Businessman Loses Control Of His Vehicle Crashing Into Tire Shop

Businessman drove at speed losing control of his vehicle crashing into the back of a van which then caused the car hit a duck noodle shop and ending up crashing into the front of Sangchai tire shop.
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PATTAYA – December 22,2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 00.30, Pol.Lt.Col.Nattawat Sritongpet, detective officer of Pattaya police station was notified that there was an accident at a duck noodle shop and there were lots of injured victims and property damage in front of Sangchai tire shop, Sukhumwit Rd. Chonburi inbound, moo 6, Nongprue, Banglamoong, Chonburi. The police went with Sawangboriboon Thammasathan foundation Pattaya.

At the scene they found a grey Toyota Camry, Sor Kor 6568 Bangkok which had lost controlled and crashed into a white van license plate number 30-2066, Chonburi and 2 motorbikes parked on the pavement. The motorbikes bounced along the ground and ended up under a car. The car carried on going and hit 3 noodle tables in a noodle shop, then continued traveling finally stopping when it hit the glass door of Sangchai tire shop. There were a total of 4 injured victims in the car, 3 of them managed to climb out themselves but, Mr.Ekasit Klinkamhom, 29 years old (the driver), was trapped in the car with an injury to his leg . The rescue team helped him out and sent all the injured to hospital.

The wife of the driver rushed to the scene, and said that her husband was the owner of an internet café, in Pattaya and he was taking his 3 brothers to their house in Nalkuea. However the police wrote their report, and detained Mr.Ekasit to investigate further.

Reporter : Samart   Photo : Samart   Category : Community News

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