Pattaya Daily News

16 November 2013 :: 17:11:57 pm 79807

Russian tour bus collides with electricity post

An accident occurred when a Russian tour bus swerved to miss a car that had pulled out in front of it causing it to collide with an electricity post and then overturned, injuring the tourist on board
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CHONBURI – November 15, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 6.30 a.m. journalist was informed by rescuers of Pratheeptharmmasatharn Sriracha foundation, Amphur Sriracha, Chonburi province that there had been an accident involving a foreign tourists shuttle bus which had collided with an electricity post causing the bus to overturn. The accident occurred on route 7 part 2 at Nong Kwae bridge, Tambon Beung, the journalist rushed to inspect at scene with the rescuers.
When they arrived at scene the officers found that the shuttle bus a navy blue Benz, license number 30-0189 Roi-ed province and the driver Mr. Preecha Ramwong, aged 40, address 3 Moo 2, Tambon Sri Kot, Amphur Jaturaphakphimarn, Roi-ed province . At the accident they found many tourists were injured and crying and in lots of pain. When the accident happened most of the tourists were sleeping.

Upon questioning Mr. Preecha (the shuttle bus driver) he said that he had departed Pattaya city and was taking 51 Russian tourists to Karnjanaburi province when all of a sudden a car pulled out right in front of him so he swerved in order to miss the car which caused him to lose control and hit an electrical post, but it was fortunate he was not driving too fast so nobody got severely injured or died from this accident.
The journalist reported that the injured tourists were sent to various hospitals which consisted of Samitivej hospital for 12 tourists 5 men and 7 women, Phayathai hospital 10

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tourists 3 men and 7 women, Bangkok-Pattaya hospital 8 tourists.
Samitivej Sriracha hospital: 3 men, 2 boys and 7 women (totally 12 people) and 8 of 12 people were admitted: 1 man, 2 boys and 5 women

1. Mrs. Katorova Galina, aged 56, suffered head injuries, had a CT scan (Computed Tomography scan) and was admitted to ICU.
2. Mrs. Sotnikova Anzhelika, aged 39, suffered head injuries, had a CT scan of her brain and was admitted to ICU.
3. Ms. Nadezda Anokhova, aged 35, suffered head injuries, had a CT and was admitted in ICU
4. Mr. Pomeransev Gary, aged 75, suffered a neck injury , was treated with a CT scan and found that his neck bone was injured.
5. Ms. Dolgintceva Tatiana aged 27, she had severe neck pain and a wound to it and was admitted to a Ward.
6. Mrs. Bolshova Larisa, aged 52, had a chest X-Ray and was admitted to a Ward.
7. Mr. Andrey Sivoplias, aged 35, had a X-Ray. He had wounds on his back and elbow. He required stitches and was admitted to a Ward.
8. Boy Maksim, aged 7, suffered scratches to his head, was given a CT scan.. He was admitted Ward.
9. Boy Misha Anokhon, aged 12, suffered all over body pain. He was admitted to a Ward.
10. Mr. Kartcev Alexsandr, aged 35, was not admitted.
11. Mrs. Sotnikova Valeriia, aged 20, suffered an elbow injury and was checked by X-Ray. She was not admitte
12. Ms. Kristina Khomenko , aged 25, suffered scratches to her back. She was not admitted.

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Community News

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