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06 December 2011 :: 09:12:48 am 60514

Chonburi Biker Riding in Wrong Causes Serious Injuries

A 30 year old biker riding sending his two-year-old nephew to the boy's mother collides violently with a another biker who disobeyed the traffic rules. One biker and a two year old child severely injured.
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Sattahip, December 4, 2011 [Pattaya Daily News]; The radio officer of Sawangrojjanathammasathan Sattahip Foundation, Chonburi provice was notified about an accident involving two motorbikes in a head on collision on Sukhumvit road km. 180 route Sattahip-Rayong at the U-turn in front of Ratchanavy sport field in Chonburi province.

At the scene of the accident. On the side of the road, the police found a severely damaged Honda Wave 125 cc motorbike number plate JOR KHOR KHOR-470 Chonburi and nearby the seriously injured rider name, Mr. Korakot Petchkul age 20, and a child Paveet Boonpipat age, two. The bikers nephew is severely injured. The bystanders brought the injured to the hospital. In the middle of the road the police discovered a another bike a Honda Wave 100, blue color, license number NGOR CHOR THOR-906 Chonburi, severely damaged.

Near the motorbike, the rider named Mr. Nanya Duangviset age 42, and a child Nuttavuth Duangviset age 10. The boy the pillion rider who had minor injuries was also sent to Queen Sirikit hospital.

Mr Nanya said, that he and his son had gone to the market a 10 km ride away. On the way back at the U-turn he decided to ride in the opposite direction because he was in a hurry.

And he did not see Mr. Korakot and his two year old nephew. The motorbikes collided and a rider and passenger were severely injured.

Mr. Nanya confessed that it was his mistake and agreed to pay for all the injuries and damages caused by his careless motorcycle riding.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Community News

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