Bridge of sorrow: Fatal collision claims life in Bangkok

A fatal collision involving a automotive and a bike occurred on the Phra Ruang Bridge on Sukhaphiban 5 Road, Sai Mai, Bangkok, within the early hours of this morning. The accident resulted in one fatality and another individual severely injured.
Upon arrival on the scene, officers from Kannayao Police Station found a severely broken Toyota Vios with a registration number of ฆจ1656. A few metres away, a Honda Click motorcycle, registration quantity 5กด9195, was additionally discovered closely broken. Limited of a young man, aged between 20-25 years previous, was discovered on the fatal collision scene without any identification. He had suffered vital head accidents and lost a large amount of blood.
Another injured teenager, generally known as Klee, was additionally discovered on the fatal collision scene with critical accidents. The 19 year old was instantly rushed to Phumiphol Hospital. The driver of the automotive, a 30 yr previous lady recognized only as Bee, survived the accident with chest accidents and was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment, reported KhaoSod.
Bee defined to the police that she was returning house from work in Ha Thai Ratch district. As she approached the bridge, a bike all of a sudden crossed into her lane at high pace, inflicting her to lose management and collide with the motorcycle.
The police haven’t yet filed costs towards Bee. They plan to evaluation CCTV footage from the area to further investigate the circumstances leading to the fatal collision. The physique of the deceased was sent to the Police Hospital’s Forensic Institute for a autopsy examination and his family members have been contacted to collect his body for funeral rites.
Fatal street deaths are a weekly occurrence in Thailand. Last week, a pickup truck misplaced management and collided with another pickup causing eight injuries and one fatality on a highway in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya province, central Thailand. To read more concerning the incident HERE.
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