Pattaya Daily News

29 July 2012 :: 14:07:20 pm 65329

Female Motobiker Dies In Violent Car Crash

An unidentified female motorbiker was killed after making a sudden U-turn on Sukhumvit road in front of a Honda Civic that collided with her. The 23-year-old driver said he had been drinking earlier with friends. He said darkness and rainy weather prevented him from seeing the motorbiker in time to react. He was arrested and held for further investigation.
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PATTAYA – July 29, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; At 2:30 a.m., Pol. Lt. Col. Attaros Krongrat, investigation officer, Pattaya police station, Kong Dongtarn sub-branch, Chonburi province; was notified that a car had collided with a motorbike and someone died.

The incident occurred at a U-turn point on Sukhumvit road in Pattaya in front of the Pest Administration center, located at the beginning of soi Toongklom-Talmon at the entrance to Sattahip Moo 12, Tambon Nong Preu, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province. Police rushed to the scene with the rescue officer from the Sawangboribul Pattaya foundation.

They found the body of an unidentified Thai woman, about 25- to 30-years-old, wearing black jeans and a black shirt. She was riding a red Honda Click motorbike with no license plate. The car that collided with her was a bronze Honda Civic, license number WOR KHOR-7393 Bangkok.

 

The impact from the collision had caused the motorbike to slide along the ground for 50 meters, almost to the beginning of soi Toongklom-Talmon. The motorbike was damaged severely with its back wheel torn. The woman’s fatal injuries included a fractured skull and broken arms and legs. Her right leg was also partially severed.

The Honda Civic was parked about 300 meters from the impact spot. The front mirror was broken and left-side front bumper was severely damaged, with blood stains and pieces of flesh from the body stuck to the bumper.

Waiting to surrender himself to the police was the car’s driver, Mr. Methee Mordee, 23 address 144/10 Moo 6 Tambon Sattahip, Amphur Sattahip, Chonburi province. Waiting with him were six friends who were passengers. No one in the car was injured. Mr. Methee said he is studying at a higher vocation diploma level at a business administration school in Amphur Sattahip, Chonburi province.

 

Prior to the collision, Mr. Methee said he and his friends were drinking liquor at Laem Balihai Beach in south Pattaya. On the way home, he was driving at a high speed on the right lane. When he approached the U-turn point, he did not see the motorbike that suddenly appeared in front of his car because it was dark and also raining slightly. He collided with the motorbike violently. The impact hurled the motorbike driver off the motorbike, which slid down the road.

Mr. Methee hurried to park the car to help the woman, but he said she was again hit by a following car. She was dead when he reached her body. He did not think about fleeing the scene, because he had not intended to collide with anyone. The woman had made the U-turn in front of him too suddenly to avoid a collision, he said.

Police questioned people in the area for possible witnesses, but no one else saw the collision. The police made detailed notes and let the rescue officer take the corpse to Banglamung hospital to perform an autopsy.

The police seized the car and motorbike for evidence, and Mr. Methee was held for investigation to prosecute further according to the law. They are also checking into the woman’s identity.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Community News

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