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16 July 2010 :: 11:07:10 am 31380

Fatal Road Accident at U-turn Point in North Pattaya

A fatal accident occurred along the Sukhumvit Road in North Pattaya on Friday morning. The incident happened between a pickup, travelling at high speed, and a motorbike attempting a U-turn near the Krathing Lai Overpass.
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Pattaya, the 16th of July 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: At approximately 3:00am on Friday, Lieutenant Prasit Lekdee (Banglamung Police Investigator) was notified of a fatal accident along the Sukhumvit Road in North Pattaya. A team of officers along with the Sawang Boriboon Foundation were dispatched to the scene to investigate the incident.

At the scene, officers discovered the deceased body of Mr. Jamieng Khamphai [34]. Mr. Khamphai had suffered severe cuts and bruises as a result of the accident and is presumed to have died of internal injuries sustained on impact with the road surface. His motorbike was found approximately 20 meters from the scene with a severely damaged rear end.

The other vehicle involved in the accident, a black Nissan Frontier, was parked nearby with damage to the front. Mr. Natthawat Sriwattrana [43], the driver, was standing nearby to give police a statement. He explained that he had been travelling along the Sukhumvit Road at approximately 100kph when Mr. Khamphai appeared in front of him having turned at the u-turn point. Without significant time to stop, he collided into the back of the deceased’s motorbike killing him instantly.

Investigations with the victim’s family revealed that Mr. Khamphai was a contracted tiler in the area, who had been travelling to visit a friend in Baan Rongpoe at the time of the accident. Mr. Khamphai’s body has now been sent for a post-mortem examination at the completion of which he will be given back to his family for funeral proceedings.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Community News

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