Thai driver loses management, crashes into fish-loaded car, three killed

Three individuals lost their lives in a devastating crash involving a Toyota Fortuner, another motorcycle with a sidecar loaded with fish, and an electric light pole in Thailand. Authorities had been alerted to the incident which took place on Rama 2 Road in Amphawa within the central Samut Songkhram province this morning.
A 33 yr previous driver, a manager of a company in Samut Sakhon, was discovered unconscious within the driver’s seat of the white Toyota Fortuner. Rescue employees unsuccessfully tried to resuscitate him. About eighty metres away in the central reservation, the physique of a 51 yr previous woman from Myanmar was discovered. A 37 12 months previous man, additionally from Myanmar, was discovered dead on the left facet of the street.
Nearby, a black Honda Wave bike modified with a sidecar and loaded with fish had fallen into a parallel drainage ditch. The again of the motorbike was severely damaged and the fish had been scattered throughout the highway.
The preliminary investigation revealed that the driving force of the Fortuner was returning house after completing some enterprise errands in Ratchaburi and was using Rama 2 Road to succeed in his lodging in Pak Tho. The accident occurred in the early morning, suggesting that he may have fallen asleep at the wheel.
The impact brought on the bike with the sidecar to be flung into the parallel drainage ditch, while the Fortuner crashed into a roadside electric light pole. The motorbike’s occupants had just bought fish on the Mae Klong Market and have been on their approach to promote them in Ratchaburi. Printable of this tragic incident is still being investigated by authorities, with a total of three fatalities reported.
The ThaiRSC reported in January that as many as 939,713 road accidents have been reported in Thailand final yr, up 4.7% from 2021. Road accidents killed 14,737 people, and injured 924,799 last year, ThaiRSC said. The committee reported that 536 deaths and 7,885 injuries were among foreigners.
Following the Songkran holiday this year, in the course of the ‘seven deadly days‘ from April 11 to 17, the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) revealed that there were 2,203 highway accidents, 2,208 accidents, and 264 deaths during this period.
Bangkok recorded the best variety of fatalities with 22 deaths. Chiang Rai had the very best number of accidents with 68, whereas Nakhon Si Thammarat recorded the highest variety of accidents with 70..

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