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Myanmar woman killed in Nonthaburi car crash

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Myanmar woman killed in Nonthaburi car crash

By The Nation

 

A Myanmar woman was killed early on Saturday when the car she was a passengr in hit a concrete barrier on a road in Nonthaburi's Bang Yai district.


Bang Yai police said the accident happened at 4.30am on the Bangkok-bound Kanchanapisek road in front of the Boonthong plants market in Tambon Saothong Hin.

 

The Myanmar woman was identified as Miow, 40.

 

She was a passenger in the car driven by Rung-aroon Waiyasilp, 36, who was slightly injured.

 

Rung-aroon said she was heading from Ayutthaya to Samut Sakhon. She said she hit the barrier while making a U-turn.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30363825

 

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the 'idea' driving under the stealth of the wee hours to reach target area; maybe was something they should have slept on!

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20 minutes ago, Vacuum said:

At what speed did she try to make this u-turn, 110? Hitting a barrier while doing a u-turn can't get anyone killed. There must be more to this story...

Sounds strange, i agree. If the story is true, it could be that she didn't wear any seat belt and the sudden impact hitting the barrier made her head smash into a window causing an intracranial hemorrhage. Falling of a skateboard and hitting one's head on the ground, not wearing a helmet, could cause equal damage. 

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12 minutes ago, RotBenz8888 said:

Sounds strange, i agree. If the story is true, it could be that she didn't wear any seat belt and the sudden impact hitting the barrier made her head smash into a window causing an intracranial hemorrhage. Falling of a skateboard and hitting one's head on the ground, not wearing a helmet, could cause equal damage. 

We're talking about a U-turn, there's no speed involved, unless the driver tried to to it with engaging the handbrake.

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4 minutes ago, Vacuum said:

We're talking about a U-turn, there's no speed involved, unless the driver tried to to it with engaging the handbrake.

At least, the story should be "she hit the barrier when she was trying to make a u-turn". Whatever she did, it went very wrong.

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whatever it was... things certainly did take a u turn for the worse...

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4 hours ago, tifino said:

the 'idea' driving under the stealth of the wee hours to reach target area; maybe was something they should have slept on!

Slept may have been the problem !

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6 hours ago, rooster59 said:

She was a passenger in the car driven by Rung-aroon Waiyasilp, 36, who was slightly injured.

Injuries should have been the other way round

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