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07 October 2011 :: 08:10:07 am 58901

Rayong Pickup Driver ‘Jumps Red Light’ Smashes Three Cars

A 39-year-old pickup driver smashes into three stationary cars at a traffic light. All vehicles damaged. No injuries. None of the drivers has car insurance. The pickup driver goes to jail if he doesn't pay.
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The accident occurred at 00.30 hrs and Pol. Capt. Theethat Taroonjan, Sattahip Police was notified about a multiple vehicle collision on Sukhumvit road at kilometer marker 176 Rayong-Sattahip Moo 6, Chonburi province causing a heavy traffic jam.

At scene by the traffic lights the police found four damaged vehicles a Nissan BIG M pickup truck, license number BOR LOR-3235 Rayong, driver: Mr. Prasit Klubsakul, age 39. The second vehicle a Nissan Sunny sedan, license number KOR KHOR-2327 Prachinburi, driver: Lieutenant Veeravong Insueb, age 41. The third car a Honda Civic, license number KOR OR-8640 Chonburi, the driver: Mr. Sivanut Jumnearsawat, age 23 and a Toyota Corolla, license number POR YOR-731 Bangkok, driver: Commander Chalong Pongprom, age 59. None of the drivers had injuries.

Commander Chalong Pongprom, the driver of the Toyota Corolla said as he stopped at the red light, Mr. Prasit’s pickup truck smashed at high speed into the the back of his car and another two cars. All the vehicles were damaged.

Pol. Capt. Theethat Taroonjan said that the necessary evidence was gathered and Mr. Prasit Klubsakul, the driver who caused the accident and the damage would have to pay a compensation since he did not have an insurance nor did the three victims have car insurance. If Mr. Prasit, the pickup driver cannot compensate the victims for the damage he caused he will be prosecuted according to the law.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Community News

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