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14 May 2013 :: 14:05:40 pm 74575

Speeding Russian On Big Motorbike Dies Horribly

A 33-year-old Russian died instantly when his body was torn in half after hitting a light pole sideways in a high speed motorcycle collision. His 750 cc Kawasaki motorcycle collided with a taxi motorbike after he overtook a car on Jomtien second road. The other motorbike driver was also injured.
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PATTAYA – May 13, 2013[Pattaya Daily News]; at 8:30 p.m., a report of a death and injuries resulting from a motorbike collision was received by Pol. Lt. Sanan Khotanan, investigation officer, Pattaya police station, Dongtarn curve branch, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province. The rescue officers of Sawangboribultharmmasatharn Pattaya foundation were dispatched to the scene along with police.

The incident occurred in front of Laguna resort, second Jomtien road, Moo 12 Tambon Nong Preu, Amphur Banglamung.

At the scene, officers found the two motorbikes involved in the collision. One was a Yamaha Meo, black-red color, which was lying on the side of the road and slightly damaged. Nearby was a severely damaged 750cc Kawasaki motorcycle lying in the middle of the road.

On the traffic island, officers found the corpse of Mr. Vain Yais Min, age 33, nationality Russian. The corpse was torn into 2 parts, in which the upper part of his body was on the traffic island near the electricity pole, while the lower half of the victim’s body was lying on the middle of the road, and bleeding all over the ground.

The injured driver of the other motorbike was lying on the ground to wait for assistance. The rescue officers performed first aid and sent him to Banglamung hospital.

The other driver was identified as Mr. Prakarn Neungkrathok, age 32, occupation, driving a motorbike-for-hire, address 81/2 Moo 6 Tambon Na Kleu, Amphur Banglamung.

Police investigated an eyewitness, a young Thai woman who saw the accident happen in front of her car. She was identified as Ms. Teuanjai Khunsuwong, age 24, the driver of a Honda City automobile.

She told police that before the incident occurred, she was driving her car on second Jomtien road, going toward the Matchanu intersection. Then Mr. Vain came up from behind, and drove his big bike to overtake her car at a very high speed, and then cut back in front of her car closely.

He did not see the taxi motorbike directly in front of her car until it was too late. So the Russian lost control of his motorbike and collided with the taxi motorbike of Mr. Prakarn.

The impact flung Mr. Vain off his bike, and his body hit the electric pole sideways. Ms. Teuanjai parked her car and hurried to assist Mr. Vain, because she saw that the Russian tried to raise his head to ask for assistance.

But when she came to the traffic island where his head was, she saw that there was only the upper body of Mr. Vain left, and the lower part of his body from the waist down was lying on the middle of the road. She was so shocked at the grisly sight that she fainted, and the officers came to assist her.

After the investigation, the rescue officers brought the corpse of Mr. Vain to be kept at Banglamung hospital. The police will wait until Mr. Prakarn recovers sufficiently from his injuries to question him again.

Initially, police assumed that Mr. Vain drove the big bike at a very high speed, and then cut in front of Ms. Teuanjai’s car without being beware that there was the taxi motorbike ahead of her. So he collided with the other motorbike, causing his body to fly off his motorcycle and hit the electric pole, killing him instantly.

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

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