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25 May 2013 :: 14:05:21 pm 74888

Pick-Up Truck Crashes Into Teenage 7-Eleven Worker

Shocking! A teenage 7-Eleven was tragically hit by a pick-up car that driving at a high-speed. Reports say that he was on the way to work when he was hit by the car. The driver then heartlessly fled from the scene.
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PATTAYA – May 25, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; Police Lt. Montien Kasudom of Banglamung Police station was informed that an accident happened at Chonglaem Temple in Sattahip district. He immediately went out with a team of police officers to investigate the incident.

When police arrived at the scene, they found the body of an 18 year-old, just 20 metres apart from him, they found Honda motorcycle. The teenager was wearing the staff uniform of 7-Eleven, it’s believed that he was on his way to his 7-Eleven working place.

Police then contacted the teenager’s father for further questioning. When his father arrived, he confirmed to the police that the body was indeed his son’s. He told the police that his 18 year-old son was on the way to work at a 7-Eleven branch in North Pattaya.

After questioning Mr. Chayakarn Parndaeng, age 22, the only witness of the incident, it was made clear that a Isuzu pick-up truck crashed into the teenager’s motorcycle, making the teenager’s motorcycle drag on for over 20 metres. The driver of the pick-up shamelessly escaped leaving the teenager dead on the road.

Police are now trying hard to chase down the driver who crashed into the teenager. CCTV’s around the area where incidents will be carefully investigated to track down the suspect.

Reporter : Amnoychai Malila   Photo : Amnoychai Malila   Category : Community News

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