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23 January 2010 :: 11:01:00 am 9964

High Speed Collison in Pattaya Involving Three Vehicles

Three vehicles believed to have been tailgating each other have collided at high speed on the Sukhumvit Road, Pattaya. One man, riding a motorbike has been severely injured in the collision.
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Pattaya, the 22nd of January 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: At approximately 1:30pm on Friday the Sawang Rodjanatham Foundation was notified of a three vehicle accident that had occurred in front of the Tesco-Lotus supermarket on Sukhumvit Road, Pattaya. Rescue teams rushed to the scene to investigate.

 

Arriving at the scene, rescue officers noticed that a Bronze Toyota Vigo pickup had sustained severe rear end damage and was sitting in the middle of the road, whilst a Bronze Ford pickup appeared to have collided with the Vigo and was also severely damaged. Next to the two wrecked pickups was the remains of a Honda Wave motorbike which had evidently collided with the back of the wrecked Ford. The drivers of the pickups, Mr. Bunsong Eamsuk [43] and Mr. Tharee Temduang [32] had been largely unhurt in the accident however; the motorbike rider Mr. Kiettisak Poonsri [18] was lying underneath the Ford pickup suffering from some severe lacerations and grazes. Rescue officers were able to remove Mr. Poonsri from under the vehicle, rendering first aid before rushing him to the Queen Sirikit Hospital in Sattahip.

 

An interview with an eye witness to the collision revealed that all three vehicles appeared to be travelling along the Sukhumvit Road – far too close to each other – when the bronze Toyota Vigo pickup locked on its brakes as the upcoming traffic light had turned red. Due to the close proximity of the three vehicles the Ford collided with the back of the Toyota and the motorbike rider collided with the Ford sending Mr. Poonsri flying through the air and injuring him severely.
Police officers that attended the scene have obtained statements from the drivers and witnesses at the scene, but as yet are reluctant to release who was at fault in the accident.

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Community News

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