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Chinese tourists injured as Phuket van hits power pole 

By Eakkapop Thongtub

 

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The force of the accident snapped the power pole in two. Photo: Eakkapop Thongtub
 

PHUKET: A passenger van carrying five Chinese tourists struck a roadside power pole in Muk Dok Khao, north of Thalang Town, this morning (Feb 9).

 

The van was carrying two males and three females when the accident happened on the “old airport road”, Route 4031, in Muk Dok Khao, in Moo 8, Tambon Thepkrasattri, north of Thalang Town, at about 5:30am.

 

The force of the impact broke the power pole into two.


Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/chinese-tourists-injured-as-phuket-van-hits-power-pole-70335.php#3KRLvSsu3dVXUSMQ.97

 

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-- © Copyright Phuket News 2019-02-09

 


 

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what's wrong with the Thais, can't they pick somebody else to injure or have accidents with.... it's always the Chinese, (I know there are 1.4 billion of them) if T.A.T doesn't want them I am sure there are other ways to get rid of them 555

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I see elsewhere that there is a hysterical post about this being the end of tourism in Thailand, lol.

 

Yep- 3 people injured and the net effect is millions of people will boycott the place!

 

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At some point in time I'm sure the Chinese will find a safer place to go on holiday with better things to do than get killed!

Lets face it, the smog here is just like at home & all the souvenirs are Chinese copies!!

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At least one of those maniac driven vans  looks to be permanently parked🤔

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8 minutes ago, tifino said:

... and the problem is thereby vanquished        (instead of vansquished)

But it will never happen as the negative test is only a few 100B more expensive than the positive one.

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Those poles are copping a real hiding lately.. Time for the polish embassy to get involved

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4 hours ago, Psimbo said:

I see elsewhere that there is a hysterical post about this being the end of tourism in Thailand, lol.

 

Yep- 3 people injured and the net effect is millions of people will boycott the place!

 

 

"3 people injured and the net effect is millions of people will boycott the place!" - well, how many Chinese do you think have to be killed here, before they really do boycott the place?

 

The boat tragedy saw a drop of in Chinese tourists. 

 

When you say, "boycott the place" that does not necessarily mean Thailand, it could simply mean Phuket, for the Chinese. 

 

They are very superstitious people.  It would only take something to go "viral" in China proclaiming Phuket is "unlucky" for Chinese people and Chinese tourist numbers would fall off a cliff here. 

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