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BANGKOK 22 March 2019 03:02
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Video: Thai schoolboy in Pattaya praised for giving first aid at accident scene

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Looks like more foreigners in trouble on the Theprasit  (racetrack) road.

 

 

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So the other driver didn't stop?  How heartless!  How Thai!

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Good work Jiraphon! But the man on the right, wearing helmet, doesn't seem to have a clue what to do...

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12 minutes ago, RotBenz8888 said:

Good work Jiraphon! But the man on the right, wearing helmet, doesn't seem to have a clue what to do...

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doesn't seem to have a clue what to do...

In-born habits and attitudes never die.

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From what I have seen here the first responder is the first with the phone out videoing the demise so to see someone actually trying to help is indeed commendable well done son🤔 

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5 hours ago, neeray said:

Thai bashers take note. Put your broad brush away please. I don't think this "hidden gem of a kid is a one-of-a-kind" in the school system that so often gets wholesale disparaged. I'm sure there are many who exhibit qualities beyond his years like this kid. Good on you Jiraphon. Your school, friends and family will be proud of your quick actions and use of your training.

 

Now I'm waiting to see if Prime Minister Prayut delivers a medical scholarship to him on Monday.

 

On 2/22/2019 at 1:47 AM, webfact said:

He appeared to have been side swiped by a car as he rode his motorcycle along Theppasit Road in Bang Lamung.

 

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6 hours ago, RotBenz8888 said:

Good work Jiraphon! But the man on the right, wearing helmet, doesn't seem to have a clue what to do...

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Any opportunities to thai bash, fools will  take it. What exactly would you expect to cop do? Why stay here. If anything, looks to me as if he is watching the traffic to keep the couple safe. I would use stronger words but would get banned. 

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"looks to me as if he is watching the traffic to keep the couple safe" then he should have been closer to the traffic, in order to control its flow... I think you got it wrong... "blind" eyed Thai apologist.

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"looks to me as if he is watching the traffic to keep the couple safe" then he should have been closer to the traffic, in order to control its flow... I think you got it wrong... "blind" eyed Thai apologist.


I also think he is looking the wrong way !..Needs to be looking at the oncoming traffic or else he will be rear ended by the swan necks looking at the accident scene !


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17 hours ago, indepth said:

Any opportunities to thai bash, fools will  take it. What exactly would you expect to cop do? Why stay here. If anything, looks to me as if he is watching the traffic to keep the couple safe. I would use stronger words but would get banned. 

Are Thai police not trained in first-aid as they are in the West?  If so, seems to me he should have taken over from a civilian.  If not, sad that schoolkids receive more first-aid training than first responders who conceivably may be the first on a scene and should be able to render aid.

 

And if he wants to do something about the traffic, maybe he could be directing it away from the accident, in a place where motorists can actually see him, rather than standing on the side of the road behind a bunch of crashed motorbikes and other people, and to the side of the accident (instead of where he should be, on the oncoming-traffic side to direct them).

 

 

8 minutes ago, Liverpudlian said:

A tad annoying with the same pic running thru the thread.

Yes.  PSA to everyone: you can quote a post that has a picture, without including the picture in the quote.  Few things more annoying than having the same picture (or, worse, string of pictures, if the post being quoted contains more than one) cascading down a thread-- especially if the reply is a sentence or two long, so the screen has 6 inches of quoted photo(s) and half a centimeter of text in the actual reply.  If you are replying to the words in the post, quote just the words.  If there is not a good reason to include the picture in your reply, delete it.

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57 minutes ago, Katia said:

Are Thai police not trained in first-aid as they are in the West? 

Maybe they are, maybe they arent, but in the USA, cops do not render anything other than life or death treatment in the absence of anyone else. The cops job is to secure the scene, if someone is rendering aid, great, easier to secure.....

 

 

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