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BANGKOK 18 July 2019 13:44
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Video: New Zealander collides with Thai motorcyclist going the wrong way on bridge in Rayong

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Not your fault,but all your fault for being in Thailand.if you not in Thailand  my husband brother be still alive.just as well the dash cam was they to show the accident.they will  be knocking on your door for money soon enough.he was wearing a helmet at lest

 

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Stupidity in traffic can be deadly.
Looks rather as the motorcyclist had an intended suicide wish. 

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He might have gotten away with it if his headlight had been working - it is still stupidity beyond belief 

 

Driving the wrong way on a major road is a serious offence back home - the reasons are obvious to most

 

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How do those idiots survive such a long time until they can drive (?) a vehicle.

I would think they killed themselves much earlier : falling out of a tree, drowning in a shallow pond , falling off the back of a motorcycle, eating poison, be run over by the uncle ,

.......it seems Buddha is really taking care of the most stupid ?

The guy in the video : was wearing a helmet ....this proves a helmet can not save your life ,if there is no active brain inside it. 

 

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3 hours ago, colinneil said:

Another life lost due to stupidity, the motorcyclist was 100% at fault.

What was he doing riding in the fast lane against oncoming traffic?

The dead mans family are not pursuing the case, it would be pointless anyway.

Probably would not be pointless. Blame is not an issue when a farang is involved. If the NZ guy was not in Thailand, it would not have happened!.   No doubt the police will extract money somehow!

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Might well ask why the New Zealander was in the outside lane of a 3 lane road, when the middle lane was clear, and the vehicle in the inside lane appears to be going faster than him. 

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1 hour ago, Lowryderen said:

But he was being undertaken by that black car right before the crash. If I had a car undertaking me on the left, no matter if it was in first or second lane I would wait for it to pass before changing my lane.. Just in case, and my focus would be partly in the mirrors. Anyway it also take a moment to realize that the motorbike is actually driving towards you, and not in the same direction as you.

I'm not saying the bike was in the right, but the Kiwi seemed to be traveling pretty fast and could see the motorcycle for quite some time. He should have seen him coming, slowed down and moved over. Again the bike was in the wrong, but I think enough time was available for evasive action to have been taken..

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First of all R.I.P to a fellow biker.

I don't know whether this is pure laziness on the part of Thai's,but this behavior can be witnessed throughout the kingdom.They behave as if they're in a real hurry,like the worlds coming to an end today.

Feel sorry for the New Zealander he must be in a right state.

 

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31 minutes ago, lensta said:

Why should he move over. The idiot on the bike got what he deserved. No sympathy from me.

Why should he move over? Grow up mate. For one, he could have saved himself losing his car for a week or more while they repair it..

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