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Postie breaks his leg in collision with student in Chonburi

 

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Caption: Taking no care crossing lanes

 

A postman delivering in the Phan Thong area of Chonburi was left with a broken leg after a collision with a 13 year old boy on another motorcycle. 

 

The accident was caught on the CCTV outside the home of the local kamnan called Surapong. 

 

77kaoded said that both riders, and the mail, went flying. The postman was crossing the road, said the media.

 

Krerkkiat, 24, the postman broke his right leg and suffered head injuries. He is recovering in a hospital in Chonburi city.

 

Thirteen year old Phatsakorn suffered only road rash and was allowed to go home. 

 

Surapong - the kamnan of Nong Hong - warned riders and motorists about the danger of the road especially this section that is near a school.

 

Source: 77kaoded

 

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7 minutes ago, rooster59 said:

77kaoded said that both riders, and the mail, went flying. The postman was crossing the road, said the media.

always look both sides before crossing.... wish fast recovery, glad nothing worse happen

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31 minutes ago, rooster59 said:

Krerkkiat, 24, the postman broke his right leg and suffered head injuries

The photo isn't clear to me. I take it the postman didn't have a helmet on then? I thought Post Office staff were all issued with red crash helmets?

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51 minutes ago, djayz said:

Who the xxxx allows a 13 year old out on a bike anyways?!?! Fine the parents.

The same type as lets 9 year olds round here ride them.

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59 minutes ago, phetpeter said:

You missed the main part of the story...13 year old boy driving motorbike, allowed to go home, no mention of any charges?

Don't think they can charge someone that young. His parents perhaps (hopefully).

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