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27 April 2008 :: 15:04:31 pm 11530

Pattaya; Foreign Man Found Dead, Crashing Motorbike Into Electric Pole

An English man crashed a motorbike into an Electric pole on the roadside. He had sustained a broken skull and was dead instantly. Police suspected that the man was drunk and loosing control. The embassy will be informed and an autopsy will be processed to clarify the real cause of the accident.
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On April 27, 2008, at 3.30am, Pol.Sub.Lt. Wirat Thongtate, Banglamung station, was notified of an accident and there was a lost of life, occurring around Pattanakarn Road, in front of Moo Baan Classic Villa, Moo 13, Nongprue, Banglamung, Chonburi. Police investigator along with Sawang Boriboon rescue rushed to the scene.

At the accident which was an isolated road with no street lights, police found a deceased body of Mr. Mark Anthony Hogan (38), a British citizen, wearing a football type T-shirt, a brown shorts and a helmet. He was instantly killed, lying in a pool of blood, near an electric pole that he crushed a motorbike into. A green Honda Wave motorbike, license No. 327, Bangkok, was damaged on the front wheel and mirror, fell on the ground near his body. Police officers had examined the body and found that the victim had sustained a broken right arm and right knee, his forehead and his skull was also broken, caused a death on the spot. Police found a mobile phone, a wallet and some personal belonging in his body.

A security of Moo Ban Classic Villa witnessed that Mr. Hogan was speeding the motorbike out of the Soi which was very dark because of there was no street light. Presumably, Mr. Hogan could be drunk and did not have a good visibility then loosing control and crashed into the electric pole. Initially, police will send the body to Police hospital for an autopsy to find the real cause of death. The relatives and British embassy will be informed accordingly.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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