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Hunt on for person behind fatal road accident in Thonburi

By The Nation

 

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Police have launched a manhunt for the person who allegedly hit and killed a police officer on Ratchaphruek Road in Bangkok’s Thonburi district on Thursday night.

 

The body of Pol Sub-Lieutenant Peeradet Phaosri, from Phasi Charoen Police Station, was found at around 10.30pm. His face was mangled from a high-impact crash on the road surface and his body was drenched from the rain.

 

Rescuers and a paramedic team from Siriraj Hospital were not able to revive the victim, who is believed to have died on the spot.

 

The victim’s motorcycle was also spotted nearby. He is survived by his wife and son.

 

Police are calling people in the area who may have CCTV footage of the accident to submit it to police for further investigation.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30397034

 

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1 hour ago, Geoffggi said:

Is Boss back .....???

No..but there's this driving the BM a week or so back.....killed a fried banana seller 

Akarawin Taechaubol should already be in jail for fleeing the site of a fatal accident while under the influence of alcohol and drugs. Has nothing been learned from the Vorayuth “Boss” Yoovidhya case?
Also what kind of clown uses the nickname “Hiso Jimmy”?
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Now we will see the difference between how a fatality is handled when the person responsible for the hit-and-run death is a normal person as opposed to the grandson of a Thai billionaire.  That is, unless the perp is also a protected Thai Hi-So then we all can watch a reboot.

My guess is that "justice" will be swift and merciless if the driver is an average citizen.

In the meanwhile, Vorayuth "The Fugitive" Yoovidhya remains overseas protected by the countries willing to grant him fugitive asylum as he waits out the statues of limitations. Something they would not do for an average citizen.

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1 hour ago, connda said:

In the meanwhile, Vorayuth "The Fugitive" Yoovidhya remains overseas protected by the countries willing to grant him fugitive asylum as he waits out the statues of limitations. Something they would not do for an average citizen.

He has not been "granted asylum" in any country!

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4 hours ago, Tropicalevo said:

It might be interesting to see if the culprit here (if they catch him/her) has the same 'luck' as Boss.

RIP to the poor victim.

I hope not, this kind of thing must be stopped, no-one deserves to end their days like this.

Condolences to the family.

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Poor chap.

 

Hit and run on one of the fellow the men in brown, so this will probably be classed as low priority...  

If it was up to me all these hit and runs on civilians and MIB would be ranked a bit higher priority. But then again... justice and Thailand are far from a perfect match. 

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