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26 April 2013 :: 17:04:37 pm 74131

Motorbiker Killed After Ramming A Parked 18-Wheeler

A 38-year-old man from Nonthaburi speeding on his motorcycle was killed after he crashed into an18-wheel truck parked on the side of the highway. The truck driver was parked to eat his lunch, and had turned on his flashing emergency blinkers.
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PATTAYA – April 26, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; At 2 a.m., a report of a motorcyclist dying after colliding with an 18-wheeled truck was received by Pol. Lt. Col. Pongsaran Wangplub, expert detective highway police, Khaokheao Chonburi. The police went to the scene with the rescuers from Sawangboriboon Thammasathan foundation, Pattaya.

The incident occurred on route 7, period 5, Pattaya inbound, 123 Burrstone, Nongprue, Banglamoong , Chonburi.

At the scene, officers found a grey blue Honda Wave involved in the collision after the operator lost control and hit an 18-wheeled truck. The truck driver had turned on his emergency blinkers, and had parked at the road side.

The motorcycle hit the truck hard, resulted in the bike being damaged all over its entire body. The driver who died in the crash was Mr.Thanakorn Inmee, 38 years old, from Bangkalor, Nonthaburi, Nonthaburi. His skull was fractured, and his front rib cage was also fractured.

During questioning, Mr. Watcharin Kaeofangklang, 30 years old, the truck driver, said that he parked the truck and with his 2 friends had come from Chonburi to deliver sugar to a client in Ao Udom.

But he was not familiar with the route, and lost his bearings. So he drove to Pattaya, and along the way he parked at the roadside to have his lunch, and turned the emergency blinkers on. Suddenly the motorcycle sped at a high speed and hit the truck.

Reporter : Samart   Photo : Samart   Category : Community News

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