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Fatal epileptic asthma attack suspected as pickup crashes off road

By Eakkapop Thongtub

 

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Police believe the 40-year-old man suffered a fatal epileptic asthma attack while driving himself to Thalang Hospital for emergency treatment. Photo: Thalang Police

 

PHUKET: A fatal epileptic asthma attack is believed to have killed a man whose pickup truck ran off Thepkrasattri Rd in Thalang early this morning (Oct 15), Thalang Police have reported.

 

Thalang Police Deputy Chief Lt Col Phichai Phupommin was notified at 4am that a pickup truck had run off the road near the Toyota Next Center on Thepkrasattri Rd just north of the intersection with Route 4031, which leads to Nai Yang and the airport.

 

At the scene, police and rescue workers found a Phuket-registered Isuzu pickup truck with a 40-year-old man* originally from Nakhon Ratchasima dead in the driver’s seat.


Read more at https://www.thephuketnews.com/fatal-epileptic-asthma-attack-suspected-as-pickup-crashes-off-road-73230.php#0bLEpxkyFeYPc5hy.99 

 

 

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1 hour ago, bluesofa said:

 

Surely the guy shouldn't be driving with epilepsy?

Well thankfully he wasn't an airline pilot!

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1 hour ago, bluesofa said:

I have not a lot of medical knowledge, but is it to possible to have an epileptic attack and an asthma attack simultaneously?

Surely the guy shouldn't be driving with epilepsy?

You're comparing Thailand to civilised countries that require driving licences and declarations of ailments and health.

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

A fatal epileptic asthma attack

What no faulty brakes?

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5 minutes ago, grumbleweed said:
2 hours ago, webfact said:

A fatal epileptic asthma attack

What no faulty breaks?

I suppose you could count it as a 'break' in the family tree with this fatality.

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Really bad luck. If the vehicle had landed upside down the registration plate would read an auspicious 999.

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1 minute ago, legend49 said:

Amazing how BIB have solved it so quickly?

They used a soothsayer, who read it in the tea leaves.

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5 hours ago, bluesofa said:

I have not a lot of medical knowledge, but is it to possible to have an epileptic attack and an asthma attack simultaneously?

Surely the guy shouldn't be driving with epilepsy?

And why do these incidents always happen at around 4 AM ???

 

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7 hours ago, bluesofa said:

Surely the guy shouldn't be driving with epilepsy?

Think where he had the accident then ask yourself about the question.

I watch an older guy where I live hobble out to his truck on two canes every day, he chucks them in the back of his truck then hauls himself along the side to open the door then fall into the drivers seat..

God forbid if you ever stepped out in front of him... no chance !

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

Fatal epileptic asthma attack suspected as pickup crashes off road

By Eakkapop Thongtub

Now this is a New one , How did they come up with this one? Cristal ball ? dead people don't talk so where is this coming from? who dreamt up this one?

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Man dies, Thaigeezers mock his death. What a bunch of Saddos.

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