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01 March 2013 :: 16:03:15 pm 72478

Tire Blowout on Speeding Chevy Car Kills Driver

A 28-year-old Sattahip man was killed after his speeding car blew out its front tire on Sukhumvit Road. The blowout caused the vehicle to veer out of control. It slammed into a tree and overturned repeatedly. The pinned driver was freed from the car and rushed to the hospital, where he later died.
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SATTAHIP – March 1, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 2 a.m., a report of a man getting severely injured after his speeding car hit a tree and overturned was received by Pol. Capt. Teetat Tarunjan, detective officer of Sattahip police station. The police rushed to the scene with rescuers from Sawangrojanathammasathan, Sattahip.

The incident occurred on Sukhumvit Road Km.164, Pattaya-Sattahip route, Nernsamukkee, Bangsare, Sattahip, Chonburi.

In the drainage ditches of the roadside, police found the Padauk tree that showed evidence of the collision. Nearby was the victim’s overturned car, a black Chevrolet Aveo. The driver’s door was cracked off, and the front left tire had exploded.

The severely injured driver was pinned in the car, so the rescuers helped remove him from the car. He was rushed to the ER of Queen Sirikit hospital. The medical team of the naval medical department tried to help him, but the victim later died. He was identified as Mr. Ekapod Sudto, 28 years old, a resident of Sattahip.

Witnesses told the police that Mr. Ekapod’s car was speeding on Sukhumvit from the Pattaya direction, when suddenly the Chevy’s front left tire exploded with very loud noise. The driver lost control of the car, which slammed violently into the Padauk tree and overturned many times.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Community News

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