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Praewa’s mother assures the families of victims will be fully compensated

 

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About nine years ago, Ms. Praewa, then aged 16 years and six month and without a driving license, rammed her car into the rear of a packed passenger van on the elevated Don Muang tollway, killing nine people and injuring five others. 

 

Breaking her silence for the first time since the road horror resurfaced recently, after a TV news program reported that none of the 14 victims’ families have received any compensation from the Dhephasdin na Ayudhya family, Mrs. Ladawan Dhephasdin, Ms. Praewa’s mother, told Channel 3’s “Hone Krasae” program that the family plan to sell assets, including land plots the Pran Buri district of Prachuab Khiri Khan worth 50 million baht, and a large house in Muang Thong Thani housing estate worth about 55 million baht belonging to Colonel Ratthachai, Praewa’s father, to raise funds to pay the 26.8 million baht in compensation awarded to the victims by the Supreme Court.

 

Most victims were students and staff members of Thammasat University, Rangsit campus and some officials of the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA).

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/praewas-mother-assures-the-families-of-victims-will-be-fully-compensated/

 

 

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Thephasadin na Ayudhya clan offers condolences to families of crash victims

 

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The Thephasadin na Ayudhya clan today (Thursday) offered condolences to the families of victims of a fatal road accident nine years ago and donated a 500,000 baht fund to be used to support the legal pursuit of compensation awarded to the victims’ families by the Supreme Court.

 

On May 8th, the Supreme Court ordered three defendants, namely the father of Ms. Praewa Thephasadin na Ayudhya who has adopted a new name, Ms. Rawinpirom Arunwong, the owner of the car involved in the tragedy and driver Ms. Praewa, to pay 26.8 million baht in compensation.

 

Representing the Thephasadin na Ayudhya clan, which now consists of about 200 families, Mr. Suchai Thephasadin na Ayudhya told a news conference today that the clan had not sat idly by since the accident and had been urging Praewa’s family to comply with the court’s order. When the clan learned that no compensation has been paid, a meeting was called among clan members to discuss the matter and to find a solution, said Mr. Suchai.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/thephasadin-na-ayudhya-clan-offers-condolences-to-families-of-crash-victims/

 

 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

When the clan learned that no compensation has been paid, a meeting was called among clan members to discuss the matter and to find a solution, said Mr. Suchai.

And 9 years later what’s the solution? Maybe the killer and her family will start threatening to file defamation suits against the victims’ families as they already promised they’d them, so the victims’ families are just being unreasonable. 

 

 

 

 

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I wonder how the other hiso families treat this family with the totally unacceptable behavior.

Are they all like this?

You would think they would have a very bad conscious - but maybe I just don't understand the hiso...

 

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Thephasadin na Ayudhya clan offers condolences to families of crash victims

 

"You want us, the highest of the almighty Hi-So tribe, to give 26.8 million Baht to a gaggle of low class proles??? Yeah, right...like that's going to happen. Here's 500,000...take it or leave it."

 

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1 hour ago, Odysseus123 said:

Yes,but at least they are beginning to be crucified on social media as the Thai begin to turn against their worthless so-called "elites" who have had it it so good for so long.

 

And what country has ever had to bear the burden of such a worthless pack?Greedy,avaricious,unintelligent,without social conscience,making a mockery of their religion on a daily basis-and very quick to use the sword when challenged.

 

Now they are being exposed for what they are and they do not like it all.

Still the rest of the family is giving money so the other part of the family can be taken to court more. Probably by social media pressure or they did not know. But you can't blame a total family for the deeds of a few. I would not want to be held responsible for what my nephew did (if he did something). Point the anger where it should go the part of the family that is not paying.

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

the family plan to sell assets, including land plots the Pran Buri district of Prachuab Khiri Khan worth 50 million baht, and a large house in Muang Thong Thani housing estate worth about 55 million baht belonging to Colonel Ratthachai, Praewa’s father, to raise funds to pay the 26.8 million baht in compensation awarded to the victims

The whole family should be jailed. Why did they let a 16 year old <self deleted> drive a car?

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