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Shrewsbury man in plea for funds after death of pensioner in Thailand collision

By Keri Trigg | Shrewsbury | News



Clive Everall, 54, was teaching English in Thailand


A plasterer from Shropshire who hit a 77-year-old and killed him while riding his motorbike in Thailand is appealing for help to pay his legal bills so he can return home.


Clive Everall, 54, from Shrewsbury, had been teaching English at a school in the country.


He said the Thai authorities had accepted the incident was accidental, but when he had attempted to return to the UK he was arrested, and has since been asked to pay compensation to the man’s family.


Mr Everall had been volunteering in the country for four months when he hit the 77-year-old on January 29.


He had been teaching English at Uttaradit High School on the morning of the incident, and says he was fully sober and driving safely but “could not avoid” the man.


Mr Everall says he was told by police that he had not been at fault.


Full story: https://www.shropshirestar.com/news/local-hubs/shrewsbury/2020/02/13/shrewsbury-man-in-plea-for-funds-after-death-of-pensioner-in-thailand-collision/


-- Shropshire Star 2020-02-14

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If he’s not being charged with an offense, I don’t see what legal reason they (the BiB) have to keep him here.  It seems there is a lot missing from this story. 

A better photo with the article may garner some sympathy, methinks.  

So what's the compulsory insurance for then if it's not for compensating 3rd parties?

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