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Thailand road carnage: 7,414 dead at the scene this year - 38 yesterday, 560 so far in July

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Getting back to "the old normal" although there is some catching up to do

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Is there is a link between diving a car or m/c and catching covid as it could be the key to ending this carnage 🤔

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1 hour ago, DrJack54 said:

I have always wondered why deaths that occur later in hospitals or even on the way to hospital are not included. 

Is there some strange reason for this?

To keep the numbers down - save face - or tourists will stop coming

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2 minutes ago, upena said:

To keep the numbers down - save face - or tourists will stop coming

I see what you did there....

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Active mobile police patrols, Radar guns. Traffic lights where needed.  Changes to U Turns.   Respect for others on the road instead of the current push your way through mentality.  Real penalties for the responsible.  A Government that truly cares to ake a difference.  Input from the insurance carriers.

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They are just complete morons, nothing between the ears other than a vacuum, I was on my way to collect my daughter from school on my bike a couple of days ago, when a young moron flew passed me so close that his mirror clipped mine, just a little closer and it could have been handle bars clipping and I hate to think how that would have ended, probably with both of us biting the road 🤬

I was lucky to survive an accident on Sukhumvit Rd 4 years ago when an idiot with a very young girl sitting on the back of his bike, forced me into the gutter on the median strip, heaps of bark missing, 5 broken ribs and a broken shoulder blade was the result. 😖

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