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27 July 2014 :: 02:07:44 am 90328

Car Driver Burns To Death In Collision With Truck in Pattaya

A male driver of a Toyota Yaris collided into the back of a 10 wheeler truck burnt to death after his car burst into flames. The incident happened on the same section of road where 8 passengers burnt to death in a minivan in March 2014.
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CHONBURI – July 26, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 3.30 a.m., Pol.Lt.Col. Saney Yosroongruenag (Inquiry official of Nong Prue police station, Chonburi province) was notified that there was an accident where a car had collided with a truck and burst into flames on route 36 of Kra Thing Lai – Rayong, Moo 5 Tambon Pong, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province, so he mobilised rescuers of Sawang Boriboon Tharmma Satharn Pattaya Foundation and a fire truck to rush to the scene.


Upon questioning Mr. Boonchin Sapmoon, aged 43, the truck driver he told police that he had been driving the 10 wheeler truck which was loaded with over 12 tons of steel from Nonthaburi province in order to deliver it to Siam Yamoto Co., Ltd, Rayong province, but when he arrived at the incident point he heard a sound like an explosion but didn’t know that a car had hit the back of his truck and carried on driving for almost a km and then stopped to find a car stuck to the back of his truck which was on fire.


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He attempted to rescue the car driver but couldn’t open the door because it was jammed and the fire which was caused by the impact was starting to spread. He then tried to extinguish the fire but it became too strong and quickly engulfed the car burning the driver to death. Once the fire brigade arrived it took them 20 minutes to bring the fire under control. The dead man was aged around 30-35 years old. After initial investigation the police took photographs of the incident and recorded it for evidence before detaining Mr. Boonchin (the 10 wheeler truck driver) to be prosecuted further according to the law. However, the officers will rush to find more evidence in order to contact the relatives of the deceased so they can collect his body.

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