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BANGKOK 24 July 2019 01:03
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Chiang Mai teenager survives big bike collision but loses leg – VIDEO

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It's sad that parents are that stupid to let their kids ride such a bike.

 

  I can't blame the kid, only the dumb parents. Of course will they have to pay if off for the next 10 years, or so?

 

   

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5 minutes ago, NCC1701A said:

I have gone 150 kph on my Kawasaki 650 and yes, you are almost invisible and moving so fast that if someone looked and looked again and then went you would seem to appear out of nowhere. The person looking is using the speed that they commonly encounter to make their judgement to go.

 

This is very common in high speed wrecks. 

Yes I will not try to say no. But I just reviewed the video a few times again and there was more than open time to see by both parties if they had their eyes open.

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2 hours ago, moe666 said:

You have to die to be part of that very select group

not a so select group in Thailand

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2 minutes ago, holy cow cm said:

Yes I will not try to say no. But I just reviewed the video a few times again and there was more than open time to see by both parties if they had their eyes open.

The only possible option would have been to slow down at a place where many shops and people are. Many shops and people means traffic. He won't do the same mistake again, methinks. 

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2 hours ago, bluesofa said:
2 hours ago, webfact said:

In Thailand you must be over 15 year of age to have a motorbike license but there is no restriction on the power of the bike you may ride.

Last time I asked:

15 year-olds can drive motorcycles up to 110cc

For bigger bikes they have to be 18 years-old

Car license is 18 years-old

So Webfact was right, then.

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7 minutes ago, Isaanbiker said:

The only possible option would have been to slow down at a place where many shops and people are. Many shops and people means traffic. He won't do the same mistake again, methinks. 

why would youthinks that?  these folks are simply untrainable.  girlfriends nephew has had six motorcycle accidents in the last two years.  one of them involved drinking, riding, falling asleep and then dumping in a ditch.  nearly a year of no walking with pins in legs.  had another three weeks ago, claims something fell off an overpass and broke his middle toe...flipflops apparently no protection.  her cousin in hua hin died in a motorcycle wreck two weeks ago.  helmets aren't cool.

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6 minutes ago, ChouDoufu said:

why would youthinks that?  these folks are simply untrainable.  girlfriends nephew has had six motorcycle accidents in the last two years.  one of them involved drinking, riding, falling asleep and then dumping in a ditch.  nearly a year of no walking with pins in legs.  had another three weeks ago, claims something fell off an overpass and broke his middle toe...flipflops apparently no protection.  her cousin in hua hin died in a motorcycle wreck two weeks ago.  helmets aren't cool.

I know some foreigners here who seem to show some similarities.

 

   The one guy had four accidents now and he's still riding without a helmet. 

 

  

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Posted (edited)

Amazing that he survived, I wonder if he was wearing any protective gear? What other injuries he sustained, 

 

What happened to the other person in the accident

 

 

 

 

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I am absolutely speechless - the stupidity of the parents is quite beyond comprehension, when I was 13 I was still riding a bicycle 

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