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25 August 2014 :: 02:08:23 am 91224

Pick-Up Collided Head On With Car In Pattaya

A 26-year-old woman driver of a pick-up truck collided head on with a black Nissan March after the Nissan cut across in front of her. Both cars were damaged and one of the drivers was severely injured.
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PATTAYA – August 24, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 2.30 a.m., Pol.Lt. Anuphong Phuangphee (Inquiry official on duty of Banglamung police station, Chonburi province) was notified that there had been an accident involving 2 cars and there were some injured victims. The Incident occurred on the road along Nong Ket Yai railway, Moo 8 Tambon Nong Kate Yai, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province, so he rushed to the scene together with the rescuers of Sawang Boriboon Tharmma Satharn Foundation, Pattaya city.

 

At the scene the officers found a black Isuzu Dmax pick-up truck, license number Bor Hor 8475 Khon Kaen, which had collided with a car that lost control and crashed in the front door of an animal feed shop. Miss Plaifan Mangma, aged 26, was the driver of the pick-up truck and she was slightly injured.

 

Collided injured

 

The car which caused the accident was a black Nissan March car, license number Khor Khor 2158, Chonburi, which was found in the middle of the road and was severely damaged. Miss Chaweewan Hawong, aged 40, was the car owner and she was severely injured. Therefore, the rescuers performed first aid on her before sending her to Banglamung hospital.

 

Upon questioning the pick-up truck driver, she said she was driving home after being at a party and had drank some alcohol. When she arrived at the incident point the black Nissan drove across the railway in front of her and she collided head on with it because she had no time to stop.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Community News

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