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Three young women from Chaiyaphum store incinerated in horror smash

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7 hours ago, Assurancetourix said:

 

He left the gas station without paying attention to the traffic coming in front of and behind him;
the little car could not avoid this big vehicle that came out under his nose.

And how exactly, pray tell, do you know this ?? ....... do you have some information or access to CCTV that nobody else has seen ? 

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10 hours ago, tlandtday said:

Sounds a bit odd that a speeding car runs into the back of a truck.  Was he turning?  I guess he can't say his brakes failed in this instance.  Requires further investigation.

Agree, many unanswered questions here, time for TV desktop detectives to sharpen the pencil and get to work.

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28 minutes ago, Pachalan said:

And how exactly, pray tell, do you know this ?? ....... do you have some information or access to CCTV that nobody else has seen ? 

Calm down, just another accusation that the truckdriver caused the accident, wait a few more hours and the TV desktop detectives will solve this case.

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10 hours ago, tlandtday said:

Sounds a bit odd that a speeding car runs into the back of a truck.  Was he turning?  I guess he can't say his brakes failed in this instance.  Requires further investigation.

Yeah, driving within seeing or stopping comes into question here?

Or did the truck simply pull out in front of the car?. How fast were they going?  May God Bless their poor souls.

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4 hours ago, justaphase said:

I see the thai visa investigation squad already have the driver to blame.

Its unlikely the gas station was on a twisty road. How can the ladies not see unless they weren't looking?

2:45 am it's more likely the ladies were going home from a night out. 

Horrible way to go and a dreadful shame.

The TV  investigation squad or desktop detectives are wrong in 99.9% of they'r cases, nothing to worry about.

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So dam sad...serious, let's start a Gofund.  I 

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Posted (edited)

A bicycle has a lot of advantages, but whatever you say, if you are unlucky and you get into an accident, then you will regret you are not drive something like a monster-truck.

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Whatever the reasons, my heart sinks.

I hope it was quick, and I feel for their friends and families.

 

No conjecture from me about who/why/how or when.

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Won't be the last accident involving these Sugar Trucks

The accident involving 3 young happy girls in this picture is very sad especially

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Poor girls, too young, too soon.  It really doesn't matter whose fault it was, it's yet another tragic waste of life. RIP.

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20 hours ago, tlandtday said:

Sounds a bit odd that a speeding car runs into the back of a truck.  Was he tu

It’s possible I tagged the back of a tractor trailer on my moto

after a bit much at the bar (USA) I got lucky laid it left and right

And upright... after nearly shitting my pants got or next ramp stopped and probably prayed... It was scary and when look at 

it was incredibly stupid

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13 hours ago, manicmike68 said:
 

No taillights or tail

If the drivers version is correct he was dead headed (empty)

back after dropping off load. 

 

Don’t know how strict Thailand is on commercial trucks safety

checks etc.

 

Noticed on tv news last night one of the pick up type trucks

blew a tire and rolled or drive into the ditch. The rear tire was 

blown and retreads. Wouldn’t think those would be safe in the hot weather. Retreads should be illegal on commercial vehicals carrying 

passengers

 

 

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4 hours ago, DJ54 said:

If the drivers version is correct he was dead headed (empty)

back after dropping off load. 

 

Don’t know how strict Thailand is on commercial trucks safety

checks etc.

 

Noticed on tv news last night one of the pick up type trucks

blew a tire and rolled or drive into the ditch. The rear tire was 

blown and retreads. Wouldn’t think those would be safe in the hot weather. Retreads should be illegal on commercial vehicals carrying 

passengers

 

 

 

I/we all know from experience that trucks on Thai Roads and not just Thai roads, 75 logging trucks were put off the Rd in Northland NZ this week due to issues involving safety/ condition of vehicles and log book entries.

Thailand was to introduce log books about 2 years ago within a few months, where are they??.

Not blaming any one here, though I myself find it very difficult at night on LOS roads to see trucks as the road marking are sometimes non existent and the trucks have no, or poor rear lighting.

That can be the opposite, with them having lights all over them, in all sorts of colours.

 

My worst fear is passing them as they drift across the road quite often.

Then you get Thai drivers overtaking from the inside lane trying to beat you if you about to overtake from the right lane, this practice is rife.

The truck may have pulled out in front of them as they overtook , or they may have just not seen it and drove straight into it, we do not know, we all know that trucks are a nightmare as well as bikes and idiot fast drivers in smaller vehicles.

It scares me driving in LOS and I drive defensively all the time.

A truly sad  loss of life.

May they rest in peace. 

 

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Hmmm....... A callous troll post has been removed. 

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8 hours ago, kiwikeith said:

That can be the opposite, with them having lights all over them, in all sorts of colours.

Exact , and often a long bar of red led in front and of course an another long green led bar in the back .. They do it all and anyhow here and the police completely mistrust.

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