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BANGKOK 23 February 2019 23:34
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Two injured as car barrels into Tak food shop

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Two injured as car barrels into Tak food shop

By The Nation

 

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The couple running a roadside food shop in Tak’s Mae Sot district were injured on Saturday evening when a car driven by a man from Myanmar rammed into it.

 

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Police were seeking to determine whether Aung So, who said he’d just come from a wedding party, was intoxicated.

 

He claimed his brakes had malfunctioned.

 

Ornpreeya Rueangthip, 40, was chatting with another person when the car careened into her shop, injuring her seriously.

 

Her husband, Songpon Rueangtip, 42, who was cooking at the time, was injured when he leaped out of the way.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30360490

 
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Simple job to test brakes and then add another charge to the list. Thats if there is a list !

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

a car driven by a man from Myanmar

Ah these Myanmar men should not be allowed to drive.

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Lucky he didn't hit one of those Wok's filled with boiling oil I see when they fry chicken

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2 hours ago, Borzandy said:

Ah these Myanmar men should not be allowed to drive.

nor should thai people

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

He claimed his brakes had malfunctioned.

Yes, and this should be easy to check for the 'investgators' (police)

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My guess is that excessive alcohol caused him to confuse the brake pedal with the accelerator. That is why the brakes didn't function as expected. :coffee1:

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