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Navy officer and two others killed in Chon Buri road smash

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Navy officer and two others killed in Chon Buri road smash

By The Thaiger

PHOTOS: พัชรพล – ณัฐภูมินทร์ ปานรักษ์

 

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A navy officer and two other people have died after a pickup truck collided with a sedan in Chon Buri earlier today.

 

Plu Taluang Police were notified of the incident on Sattahip Pier Road in Sattahip at 4.30am this morning.

 

Police and emergency responders arrived to find a completely wrecked sedan on the road. 27 year old navy officer Suttipong Amma, the driver and his male passenger, were found dead inside the car.

 

Full story: https://thethaiger.com/news/pattaya/navy-officer-and-two-others-killed-in-chon-buri-road-smash

 

 

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They don't mess around, do they? Seems every accident is what we aliens would call a horror crash!

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That is one hell of a mess and very obviously a very high speed collision 

 

 

The carnage continues

 

The sooner we have self driving cars the better

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Strange how the vehicles ended up so close together ,after such an impact..

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3 hours ago, smedly said:

That is one hell of a mess and very obviously a very high speed collision 

 

 

The carnage continues

 

The sooner we have self driving cars the better

In the meantime the more they kill themselves the less lunatics there are to endanger us.

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1 minute ago, geoffbezoz said:

In the meantime the more they kill themselves the less lunatics there are to endanger us.

Cruel but true. mind you, they will just raise a new generation of lunatic drivers. 

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It took a while for my eyes to figure out what I was looking at ... what a wreck. Every day on Thai roads is a dice roll.

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I had great difficulty trying to see any semblance of 2 motor vehicles in any of those pictures. Maybe they had a closing speed in excess of 280 km. What a waste (of 2 very nice vehicles) 

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1 hour ago, Golden Triangle said:

I had great difficulty trying to see any semblance of 2 motor vehicles in any of those pictures. Maybe they had a closing speed in excess of 280 km. What a waste (of 2 very nice vehicles) 

I dare say there would also be little semblance of fully functioning rational humans either.

And so the idiocy and death on the Thai roads continues unabated.

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Is this a case of one driver was wrong or two drivers were driving at risk?

 

since only one drive lived, will they get the truth or better to try to figure it out from the evidence....

 

i doubt the the truth will be told from one side....

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13 hours ago, cardinalblue said:

since only one drive lived

Both drivers were killed.  Speed kills but nothing is done during the hours of daylight to limit speeding drivers; nothing is done at weekends as RTP don't work then; nothing is done during the hours of darkness as RTP don't work then either.  In fact ......

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23 hours ago, mok199 said:

Strange how the vehicles ended up so close together ,after such an impact..

I was thinking the same probably traveling at the same speed same weight and direct  head on impact.

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