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12 November 2014 :: 09:11:32 am 93838

Truck Driver Shoots Van Driver To Death

A trailer driver who was angry with a minivan driver pulled in front of him and started shooting at him. He was severely injured and later died in hospital.
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SI RACHA – November 10, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; radio centre of Bor Win police station, Amphur Si Racha, Chon Buri province, was notified by a security guard of Amata City Industrial Estate that there was shooting near Suankularb Wittayalai Chon Buri School, on Amata City Industrial road, Moo 3 Tambon Borwin, Amphur Si Racha, Chon Buri province, so the officers contacted rescuers of Siltharm Association of Bor Win centre who rushed to inspect the scene.

 

At the scene they found a white Toyota van, license no. Nor Khor-5721 Rayong, which had a sticker of Sakura Co., Ltd on the side. There were bullet holes in the front doors and wind screen. Therefore the officers broke the wind screen and found a everely injured man who was identified as Mr. Yutthajak Wongsoonthorn, aged 40, residing at house no. 546/1 Moo 7, Tambon Khao Khan Song, Amphur Si Racha, Chon Buri province. He had been shot once in the side of his head and shoulder so the rescue team performed first aid on him before sending him to Pluak Daeng hospital.

 

Upon investigating a bystander nearby the incident he said that at first he heard a gunshot and thought it was a firecracker. He then saw that a trailer had cut in front of a deceased’s van then the driver got out of the truck and trailer and started shooting at the van before fleeing the scene.

 

At 8.30 p.m. the police were informed by the hospital that the victim had died.
The police will rush to investigate the incident to find the shooter so he can be arrested and prosecuted according to the Thai law.

Photo : Internet   Category : Crime News

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