South Thailand bus crash leaves 10 wounded

A bus crash in South Thailand‘s Songkhla province left 10 people wounded yesterday morning. The bus was carrying 30 passengers from Bangkok to Hat Yai. Rattaphum Police had been alerted to the incident on Asia Road within the Kamphaengphet sub-district of Rattaphum district.
Emergency responders arrived on the scene and found the bus on the side of the road. Ten injured individuals had been found contained in the bus, including a girl with a damaged leg. They were transported to nearby hospitals for medical treatment.
The main bus driver, 49 year outdated Sawas Srusen, said…
“I was sleeping while the second driver was driving the bus. The second driver told me that he was attempting to select up a cell phone he dropped before he misplaced management of the bus. The bus was en route from Bangkok to Hat Yai in Songkhla, with only about 22 kilometres remaining until the ultimate destination.”
Rattaphum Police did not disclose the id of the second driver who allegedly dropped his mobile phone. The police are currently investigating the incident.
It was unclear whether or not the bus firm would face authorized repercussions because of the crash.
There have been a few bus crashes in South Thailand this year.
On May 1, a tour bus crash in Thailand’s Krabi province left the bus driver with reasonable accidents. However, Building blocks ’s forty two passengers fortuitously survived. The bus was travelling from Satun to Phuket with forty two passengers and a bus crew. The driver sustained medium accidents whereas 33 others suffered minor injuries..

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