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09 December 2010 :: 18:12:01 pm 47474

Two Brothers Killed In Motorbike Collision With Car

Two young men were killed when their motorbike lost control on a bend and collided with a car in front of the Grand Lotus Place Village in Jomtien.
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Pattaya, 9 December 2010 (PDN): On Thursday Dongtan Police Station Investigator Lieutenant Colonel Thailert Luepue was notified that two people had been killed in a road accident in front of the Grand Lotus Place Village, Nongprue, Banglamung. A police team and the Sawang Boriboon Foundation rescue volunteers were dispatched to the scene to investigate.

On arrival, they discovered the bodies of two dead men. The first, Mr. Suphot Tumthong [24], had a broken skull, and broken legs and arms. He was wearing black jeans and a grey polo shirt bearing the logo of the Under Water World Company. The second man was his brother, Mr. Niphon Tumthong [26]. His body had also suffered serious trauma. In the road nearby lay their white Honda Click-I motorbike, which had extensive damage to its front section.

 

Another injured Thai man had already been taken to Banglamung hospital for treatment before the police had arrived.

Parked five meters away was a black Mitsubishi Lancer car which had been involved in the collision. It was damaged on the left hand door. Its driver,  Mr. Kitti Jenpradab [58], gave a statement to police.

A witness, Mr. Kittiphong Rattaya [49], a security guard at the Grand Lotus Place Village, stated that the motorbike was driving at high speed and lost control on a bend, crossing into the opposite lane and colliding with the car and another motorbike following behind. He believed both men had died instantly.

 

Mrs. Wimon Saengarun [58], the deceased mens’ mother, had been informed of the accident and had arrived quickly at the scene. She almost fainted when she saw her two sons. She said that one of them would regularly drive his brother to work at the Underwater World. She added that she only had two children working to provide for the family whilst she herself had a stall selling books behind the Watchai market, South Pattaya.

Police said the accident would be recorded and the car’s driver would be questioned further. The bodies of both the deceased were taken by the volunteer team to Banglamung Hospital for autopsy before being released to relatives.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Community News

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