Pattaya Daily News

15 June 2014 :: 12:06:04 pm 88891

Motorbike rider cut in half in Pattaya Road

A man who was riding a Honda CBR 1000 with a group of friends decided to overtake his friends at high speed when he lost control hitting a metal barrier cutting him in half.
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PATTAYA – June 15, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 03.00 Pol.Lt.Col.Pornchai Plungsiritham-investigation inspector- was notified that big power bike had crashed into a metal barrier killing the rider near Bang Lamung district. After notification the police and Sawanag Borriboon rescue team rush to the scene.

 

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At the scene they found a group of 10 bikers were standing starring at their friend who was dead on the road side. The dead biker was identified as Mr.Mud (Aey) Hirunkool 28 year old musician. The body hand been torn into 2 parts which the upper part was on the ground and lower part had landed in a bush. The big biker had accelerated to overtake his friends, lost control and hit the metal barrier causing his horrific death. He was wearing the correct protective equipment and was riding a white -red Honda CBR 1000 cc without a license plate. The motorbike skidded about 500 meters from the scene.

 

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Upon questioning his friends they told the police that before the accident they were riding from Bangkok to Pattaya. While they were on their way back to Bangkok Mr Aey was at the back of the group and rapidly accelerated to get to the front where he lost control and crashed.

 

Initially the police recorded the incident, took his motorbike and sent the body to Bang Lamung hospital.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Community News

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