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28 March 2015 :: 06:03:41 am 100449

Thai Sportsman Collides With Electricity Post

A Naval Rating Student who is a professional sailboat sportsman in Thailand swerved his car to avoid hitting a dog which ran out in front of him. He then lost control and collided with an electricity post.
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SATTAHIP – March 27,2015 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 3.00 a.m., Pol.Lt. Sinsamoot Boonthassana (Inquiry official of Sattahip police station) was notified that there had been an accident where a car had collided with an electricity post on the side of Sukhumvit road, km.168, Sattahip – Pattaya route, before crashing into a garage, Moo 8 Tambon Sattahip, Amphur Sattahip, Chon Buri province. There were also 2 injured victims so the police and the Sawang Rojjana Tharmma Satharn Sattahip Rescue Foundation rushed to the scene.

 

At the scene the officers found 1 broken electricity post and a severely damaged grey-black Honda City car, license no. Kor Bor-387 Rayong. Inside the car were the 2 injured victims who were identified as 1. Naval Rating Student Ahiwat Chomthongdee, aged 21, who is a naval student of Choomphon Mariner School and the car driver, he had a fractured right arm and many contused wounds all over his body. 2. Miss Anothai Rueangtham, aged 24, who was his friend was slightly injured and had scratches all over her body. The rescue team sent them both to the emergency room of the Queen Sirikit Hospital, Naval Medical Department.

 

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Pol.Lt. Sinsamoot Boonthassana said that upon questioning the driver he told police that while he was taking his friend back home a black dog ran out in front of him so he swerved to miss the dog losing control hitting the electricity post and then ended up crashing into a garage.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Community News

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