Pattaya Daily News

13 March 2015 :: 08:03:01 am 99710

Fleeing Pick-Up Truck Collides With Russian tourists

A pick –up truck which contained 3 male teenagers fled a police checkpoint and hit 2 Russian tourists slightly injuring them.
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PATTAYA – March 11,2015 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 11.00 p.m., while Mr. Praphan Prathoomchomphu (Deputy District Chief of Security Division, Amphur Banglamung, Chon Buri province) had mobilized forces and soldiers of The 14th Military Circle, Nawamintarachinee, Chon Buri province, to set up a checkpoint at an area of Soi Department of Lands, south Pattaya, to test suspects’ for drugs according to the policy from Mr. Khomsan Ekkachai (Chon Buri Provincial Governor).

 

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They found a gold-bronze Mitsubishi Strada pick-up truck, license no. Bor Thor 3951, Sa Kaew, which 3 suspicious male teenagers inside, therefore the officials asked them to stop but the pick-up truck accelerated at speed through the checkpoint. The officers then chased after them until they arrived in front of Pattaya provincial court where they collided with some police cars who had sey up another checkpoint.

 

After that the pick-up truck still continued driving at speed and then collided with 2 Russian tourists in front of Ambassador Hotel on the Sukhumvit road before it hit another car in front of the Thai – Austrian Technical College. The pick-up truck driver who was identified as Mr. Adithep Thonglueam, aged 36, resident of Amphur Si Racha, Chon Buri province. He was arrested and the other 2 teenage passengers had fled into the woods so over 100 officials had decentralised to look for them but they couldn’t be found.

 

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Mr. Adithep the pick-up driver claimed that he and his 2 underlings had come from Amphur Si Racha to Pattaya city in order to find his car which had been borrowed by his friend and he still had not returned it. On the way they noticed the checkpoint and his underlings told him not to stop and drive away as fast as he could before he crashed and was arrested. The 2 Russian tourists were slightly injured. Initially the police detained Mr. Adithep in order to test his urine for drugs before sending him to the inquiry official to be prosecuted further according to the Thai law.

 

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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