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14 August 2012 :: 12:08:19 pm 65668

Norwegian And Thai GF Killed In Motorbike Crash

A 52-year-old Norwegian and his young Thai girlfriend were killed in a motorbike crash on a highway bridge near Pattaya. The man lost control of the bike, which hit the edge of the bridge. Both died instantly from the violent impact.
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PATTAYA – August 14, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 4:30 a.m., Pol. Lt. Col. Pornchai Plangsiritham, Inspector of highway police, Khao Khiew, was notified of a motorbike crash where two people died.

He rushed to the scene with Pattaya police and the rescue officer from the Sawangboribul Pattaya foundation. The incident occurred at highway bridge Number 7, part 5, which crosses Sukhumvit Road going from Pattaya to Bangkok.

The foreigner was driving the motorbike with his 16-year-old Thai girlfriend as a passenger. But he lost control on the 500-meter long curve approaching the bridge. The bike hit the edge of the bridge, flinging both bodies off the bike.

His girlfriend was found lying face down in a pool of blood on the bridge. Her skull had been fractured. She was wearing a red dress and had scratches all over her body.

She was identified as Ms. Somying Boonbamroongsil, age 16, address 129 Moo 4 Tambon Koksoong, Amphur Koksoong, Sakaew province.

The man’s body was lying on the ground also. His body was gashed open and his intestines and internal organs had spilled out. He was identified as Mr. Hanskrifpian age 52, Norwegian.


Near his body, police found a leather handbag belonging to Ms. Somying. The damaged motorbike was lying about100 meters away from the bodies. It was a black Honda PCX, license number JOR NOR LOR-17 Chonburi.

Police speculated that the Norwegian had been driving at a high speed on the curve approaching the bridge, which caused him to lose control. The couple was apparently returning home when the crash occurred. This was the first fatal accident at the bridge, police said.

However, the police still were unsure if speeding had been the cause of the accident, or if another vehicle might have caused the Norwegian to lose control of the motorbike. They will continue to investigate further details of the crash.

They inspected the scene in detail and took photographs for evidence. The bodies were taken to Banglamung hospital to perform autopsies. Police will inform relatives of the deaths.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Community News

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