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BANGKOK 26 April 2019 12:39
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Husband and wife die in Korat horror smash - but their seven year old lives

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Husband and wife die in Korat horror smash - but their seven year old lives

 

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Sanook reported that the parents of a seven year old girl were killed instantly when a pick-up overtaking another vehicle collided head on with a six wheel truck in Korat. 

 

Kritsana, driving, and Chutima in the front passenger seat were both pronounced dead at the scene. 

 

Their daughter sitting behind survived and is in a stable condition. 

 

Salee, the driver of the truck, said that he was on his way to deliver frozen chicken to Mukdahan. 

 

Three vehicles were overtaking ahead of him and he hit one after being unable to brake in time. 

 

The accident happened on Sunday evening on the Prathai to Ban Mai Chaiyaphot road in Talat Sai sub-district of Nakorn Ratchasima. 

 

Source: Sanook

 

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11 minutes ago, webfact said:

Three vehicles were overtaking ahead of him and he hit one after being unable to brake in time. 

Tragic, bit did the truck driver try decelerating when he saw three vehicles overtaking ahead, we will never know.

 

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21 minutes ago, 4MyEgo said:

Tragic, bit did the truck driver try decelerating when he saw three vehicles overtaking ahead, we will never know.

 

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Do They KNOW How to.....................?? I DON'T Think So....

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12 hours ago, 4MyEgo said:

Tragic, bit did the truck driver try decelerating when he saw three vehicles overtaking ahead, we will never know.

 

RIP

No they won't brake, they hit the pedal on the metal. I've saw that at Saturday when 3 trucks heading towards me in my lane because they over taking someone, I've had to hit the brakes and steer left as much as I can. I would estimate trucks speed was about 80km per hour when we met...

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