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Russian woman seriously injured in Chalong Underpass motorbike accident

By The Phuket News

 

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Rescue workers attend to 35-year-old Russian national Olesia Mailian as police look on. Choto: Chalong Police

 

PHUKET: A Russian woman is in serious condition at Vachira Phuket Hospital after a motorbike accident inside the Chalong Underpass on Friday evening (Sept 20)

 

 

 

Capt Thanakrit Amchonkham of the Chalong Traffic Police told The Phuket News today (Sept 23) that he was informed of the accident at about 5:50pm on Friday.

 

“I think she was riding the motorbike northbound when she misjudged the curve inside the underpass and hit with kerb on the opposite side of the road,” he said.


Read more at https://www.thephuketnews.com/russian-woman-seriously-injured-in-chalong-underpass-motorbike-accident-72991.php#Q86q42Zvaf80CPeu.99

 

 

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Maybe excavate and build a hospital adjacent to the tunnel. There will be many more to come.

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51 minutes ago, Reigntax said:

Maybe excavate and build a hospital adjacent to the tunnel. There will be many more to come.

 

There is already one

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She misjudged the curve in the tunnel and hit the other lane kerb,  misjudged would be an understatement.

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Reading the report gives us a number of examples of how utterly useless Thai police can be!

 

I did like this snippet from the report, however "from Leningrad (currently Saint Petersburg)"

 

 

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5 minutes ago, madmitch said:

Reading the report gives us a number of examples of how utterly useless Thai police can be!

 

I did like this snippet from the report, however "from Leningrad (currently Saint Petersburg)"

 

 

Can't really blame them for that. They would not make it up that way, someone informed them accordingly.

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Maybe there's a reason that motorcycles are banned from underpasses. But, as we all know, whether something is illegal or not has absolutely no relevance in Thailand. No-one obeys the law because the law is rarely enforced.

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17 minutes ago, flyingtlger said:

Darwinism in full effect......

Please explain?

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1 hour ago, madmitch said:

Reading the report gives us a number of examples of how utterly useless Thai police can be!

 

I did like this snippet from the report, however "from Leningrad (currently Saint Petersburg)"

 

 

Thai's are not good at Geography 

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37 minutes ago, Bangkok Barry said:

Maybe there's a reason that motorcycles are banned from underpasses. But, as we all know, whether something is illegal or not has absolutely no relevance in Thailand. No-one obeys the law because the law is rarely enforced.

Same as up here , bikes racing each other at night , don't know how the BiB get any sleep.

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17 minutes ago, stevenl said:

See post #8.

Russians are evolving ?

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