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Thirteen year old "Big Bike" rider: Family pay compensation as other charges go to court

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Thirteen year old "Big Bike" rider: Family pay compensation as other charges go to court

 

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Thai caption: Compensation paid.  Parents of 13 year old on "Big Bike" have paid compensation to all concerned

 
The family of a thirteen year old boy who caused a serious accident in Chiang Mai while riding a powerful motorbike has agreed to pay compensation to all the victims. 
 
Police in San Kamphaeng said the bike was being driven at speed and collided on central road markings with Suphalat who was waiting there after coming out of a market. 
 
She was propelled on her bike into a car driven by Napaphat.
 
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Picture: Chiang Mai News
 
The police said the negligent riding of Patraphum, 13, was the cause. 
 
Earlier the parents said he had been trained in how to ride the bike.
 
Guardian Suwit Thephakhan agreed at the police station to pay full compensation to the two innocent victims. He put money down as surety.
 
Other charges have been made that will be heard in court. 
 
These relate to controlling the behavior of a child under the care of parents as well as the fact that the boy had no license and was speeding. 
 
Source: Chiang Mai News
 
 
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"The family of a thirteen year old boy who caused a serious accident in Chiang Mai"

 

Are they serious? There is some idiot cutting sideways across the highway and is 100% in the wrong. Sure, a 13 year old shouldn't be riding a 1000cc in traffic and he was pretty fast too, but giving him 100% blame on the accident? Nodoby seems to be questioning "Suphalat" cutting across on central road markings, in the middle of a highway. 

 

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1 hour ago, webfact said:
he police said the negligent riding of Patraphum, 13, was the cause. 
 
Earlier the parents said he had been trained in how to ride the bike.

as I said before...it's all for the show,  when it goes well they publish/publicized everything when it goes wrong they try the blame game

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16 minutes ago, Justgrazing said:

You cannot train a 13 yo to ride one of those safely .. It takes yrs of experience and even then rarely can you use it to the max ..  

Plus suely there should be a step by step progression from scooter up to big bike.

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