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Chinese father of accident victim appeals for justice as daughter dies following Hua Hin bike accident

 

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The father of a Chinese tourist who has died after a motorcycle accident earlier this month has appealed for help at the Justice Ministry.

 

He had previously been to the Ministry of Tourism and Sports, reported Daily News.

 

Jun Mai Gao, 52, from Hunan, went with a lawyer to meet Tawatchai Thaikhiaw saying he was poor and could not afford to pay for the  storage of his daughter in the morgue or the high cost of the repatriation of her body to China.

 

He also claimed after the police failed to press charges that the reason was the person who knocked down his daughter or the company that owned the stuck were "well connected".

 

Jae Wee Yon Gao, 25, was knocked down while doing a U-turn in downtown Hua Hin. The father said a truck carrying fresh pork hit her while going too fast in the right hand lane.

 

The accident happened in city limits so the truck should not have been going fast, he claimed.

 

His daughter was thrown 19 meters onto the tarmac.

 

She initially survived the accident that happened at the beginning of the month but has since died.

 

The father said he had contacted the Tourism and Sports Ministry for help as his daughter was a bona fide tourist. He had also contacted the Chinese embassy.

 

He was now appealing with lawyer Narong Thongkham for justice.

 

He said he had heard nothing from the owners of the truck or the driver. And the police had laid no charges in the matter.

 

He said it was costing 2,000 baht per day to store his daughter's body and would cost 100,000 baht to fly her body back to China.

 

He said he was poor and could not afford this.

 

Tawatchai at the justice ministry told Daily News that they were concerned that the police had laid no charges despite there being clear CCTV evidence from the accident.

 

He said that the father expressed concern that the case involved a well connected individual or individual and this was the reason no charges had been announced.

 

He said the Justice Ministry would look into this and help with other costs if possible.

 

Source: Daily News

 
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Seems like this guy is doing a tour of the Ministries, a well-versed Chinese petitioner using the scattergun approach. Maybe one will come good. Police come under the Ministry of the Interior so he should do them too.

 

However, in Thailand, the best results are achieved at the Ministry of Facebook, which is of course banned in China.

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And yet they are worried about having a cigarette in  the open air on the beach.

What priorities does this country have ???

Maybe because in this case there is no money to be made.

Feel for the Father

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2 hours ago, Nip said:

Sadly he will soon discover that the Justice Ministry is in fact the Royal Thai Police and justice in Thailand is a myth.

Not actually true. Thai justice is protected by the unicorn

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On 10/13/2017 at 5:15 PM, natway09 said:

And yet they are worried about having a cigarette in  the open air on the beach.

What priorities does this country have ???

Maybe because in this case there is no money to be made.

Feel for the Father

Maybe not in this case... But there's plenty of money to be made from improving road safety.

If i was given freedom to increase fines and control of the traffic police i would be a billionaire and own hundreds of thousands vehicles in a couple of months.

Oh and road safety would increase 100x.

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On 10/15/2017 at 1:23 AM, hobz said:

Maybe not in this case... But there's plenty of money to be made from improving road safety.

If i was given freedom to increase fines and control of the traffic police i would be a billionaire and own hundreds of thousands vehicles in a couple of months.

Oh and road safety would increase 100x.

Sounds like the roads would be empty then.

The Worlds Deadliest Drivers would not like you, but I would

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