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BANGKOK 23 April 2019 18:54
Jonathan Fairfield

UPDATE: Rawai Ducati accident, Frenchman was wearing helmet

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UPDATE: Rawai Ducati accident, Frenchman was wearing helmet

 

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PHUKET: Capt Somkiet Sarasin of the Chalong Police has confirmed that the Frenchman riding the Ducati motorbike in the deadly accident in Rawai early Tuesday morning (Mar 19) was wearing a full-face helmet at the time of the incident.

 

Three people died in the horrific collision, including a Thai woman who was five months pregnant. 

 

“I was later informed by my investigation team that the helmet was by the side of the road. They missed it in their initial report,” Capt Somkiet told The Phuket News late yesterday (Mar 21).


Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/update-rawai-ducati-accident-frenchman-was-wearing-helmet-70802.php#g5jr5KlptYFVFsvP.99

 

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and ?

 

so what

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i have never seen a racing motorcyclist lose their helmet in an accident, reach your own conclusions

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Whats the point of wearing a helmet when one rides like an idiot. Helmet or not, bike riders are likely to lose their lives when an accident occurs.

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2 hours ago, mercman24 said:

i have never seen a racing motorcyclist lose their helmet in an accident, reach your own conclusions

So your saying that's a 100% rock solid guarantee he didn't lose his helmet in this accident.

 

TVm the mother of denantic assumptions which cannot be wrong.

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29 minutes ago, AlexRich said:

I’m not sympathetic to anyone who deliberately sets out to kill other people for no reason ... I don’t think that applies in this case. So I will not be joining you in celebrating another persons death. 

Whether deliberate or not, it was preventable with a little common sense and a regard for the safety of others. Because this fool decided his entertainment was more important than the welfare of others around him people are now dead. You probably think if this guy lived he should be able to walk away from it all cause "it was an accident". Disgusting.

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1 minute ago, from the home of CC said:

Whether deliberate or not, it was preventable with a little common sense and a regard for the safety of others. Because this fool decided his entertainment was more important than the welfare of others around him people are now dead. You probably think if this guy lived he should be able to walk away from it all cause "it was an accident". Disgusting.

And you have never ever done something a little risky?

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3 hours ago, mercman24 said:

i have never seen a racing motorcyclist lose their helmet in an accident, reach your own conclusions

Yes, was it a proper, certified Western helmet,  or one of the Thai Tesco plastic kind that is no more use than as an ornament?  

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