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Motorbike driver dies after smashing into trailer truck in Samut Prakan

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Motorbike driver dies after smashing into trailer truck in Samut Prakan

By The Thaiger

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A motorbike driver has died after colliding with the rear of a trailer in Samut Prakan, south of Bangkok, last night.

 

Bangpu Police were notified of the incident on Sukhumwit Road in Bangpu Mai at 10pm.

 

Police and rescue workers arrived to find a body of the motorbike driver, 33 year old Amnart chockbandit, at the scene. Nearby they found the 300cc Kawasaki Ninja motorbike embedded in the back of the trailer.

 

Full story: https://thethaiger.com/news/bangkok/motorbike-driver-dies-after-smashing-into-trailer-truck-in-samut-prakan

 

 

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31 minutes ago, Huckenfell said:

I suppose that the trucks rear light were working ? 

Or/and someones brain out of order

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So boring...another one gone.  This will happen any minute or already has again and again....life just goes on...no one cares, no one can stop it.

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...that's not the correct way to split rims!

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52 minutes ago, Huckenfell said:

I suppose that the trucks rear light were working ? 

I wondered that as well, I checked the 2 pics on the Thaiger link and it appears that everything was in order. 👍 

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Warp speed and slow moving truck with total lack of judgment RIP🤔 

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Embedded indeed...

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2 hours ago, mok199 said:

Embedded indeed...

Chockbandits reflexes weren't quiet worthy of his motorbikes ninja status

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When I saw the headline I thought this was a story I read yesterday, but it isn't. Just a repeat of an event we see every day. And there'll be another one tomorrow.

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8 minutes ago, Bangkok Barry said:

When I saw the headline I thought this was a story I read yesterday, but it isn't. Just a repeat of an event we see every day. And there'll be another one tomorrow.

Quite often it happens because of how badly lit those trailers are. (in this case i see lights so the motorcycle driver must have been blind)

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4 hours ago, Huckenfell said:

I suppose that the trucks rear light were working ? 

Or the mc's front light was on/working.....

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Maybe it was a brake failsure...... This time with the bike 

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