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Child in lucky escape as metal rod pierces windscreen and front seat

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Child in lucky escape as metal rod pierces windscreen and front seat

 

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Picture: Phai Siam news

 

A child sleeping in the back of a pick-up had a lucky escape when a metal rod came loose from a container truck and entered the passenger compartment. 

 

The rod pierced the windshield and the front seat narrowing avoiding a child lying on the back seat.

 

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Phai Siam news

 

The story was featured on Facebook and reported on by Phai Siam news in Nan, northern Thailand. 

 

The media said this should serve as a warning to keep your distance from large trucks. 

 

Thaivisa notes that no one mentioned what might have happened if the child had been seated upright in a seat belt. 

 

Source: Phai Siam news

 

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-- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2019-07-30
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21 minutes ago, webfact said:

Thaivisa notes that no one mentioned what might have happened if the child had been seated upright in a seat belt. 

What an interesting idea. -- What - If..  OMG

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It should also be said very lucky the driver of the truck wasn't beaten to death with it🤔

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1 hour ago, trainman34014 said:

Saved by an Amulet no doubt !

I can see a lucky bracelet on the kid's left wrist.

Pretty inconsiderate they didn't show the digits on the car registration for even more good lottery luck.

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The kid still asleep too,Thai's can sleep anywhere and through anything.

regards worgeordie

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Was the truck driver informed of his unsafe load and the damage to the pickup, or did he remain blissfully unaware?

 

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14 minutes ago, RJRS1301 said:

Was the truck driver informed of his unsafe load and the damage to the pickup, or did he remain blissfully unaware?

 

Better yet; was the driver found and FINED for his unsafe load?

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I wonder. What about the rest of the truck's load?

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'container truck' - the container doors were open?

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