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Offline thaiga

Grandfather And 2 Year-Old Girl Killed By Speeding Driver

A 56-year-old man and his 2-year-old granddaughter were killed instantly on Thursday when they were hit by a speeding driver who was high on drugs as they cycled down a road in Khon Kaen.

The horrific incident was caught on CCTV that also captured the driver fleeing the scene of the accident that also left another cyclist seriously injured.

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Offline Aussie

Why is it that many Thailand drivers are inept at driving safely and run away from accidents they caused?
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Notice all the irrelevant Thais who have to come, gawk, and snap pictures so they can put on their facebook page.  I guess it makes them feel important.  ::)
 

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Why is it that many Thailand drivers are inept at driving safely and run away from accidents they caused?
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I can answer that, Aussie.  It's because they shun responsibility. Thais are never sorry until they are caught....and when they are caught, all the fake Wais and "Oh I'm sorry" start to come out.  They think by doing that, that it will dismiss their mistake.  I never buy in to this BS ever. 

Let me give you an example.  Years ago I had a nokia phone stolen from me at local venue in Korat.  The phone was set to LOCK if the sim card was changed.  I knew whoever stole it would try to get it unlocked.  I went to the Nokia dealer at The Mall with my serial number of the phone, my receipt of purchase, and the box it came in.  I told them to watch for someone to come in and ask for the phone to be unlocked.  I also told the them that I would give them a 1,000 baht reward if they would contact me if the person came in.  Sure enough, two days later, some girl came in and tried to get my stolen phone unlocked. 

Nokia told her to come back in three hours.  In the meantime, Nokia contacted the police and me.  Yep, she was arrested and I had to go down to the police station and sit next to her while the police asked me what I wanted to do.  I said it's okay, I got my phone back and a simple apology would be okay.  Instead the girl started cussing at me and moved her chair away from me.  Fine.  I told the Colonel, throw her in jail, which they did.  Her bail was 200,000 baht and her father in Sikheow had to borrow money from his boss to get her out of jail.

A few months later, I got a call from her parole officer asking me to come down to his office (back then near Bule Saloon) because the girl wanted to offer me an apology and..get this....2,000 baht. Jesus.  So I went.  She came down and all the FAKE Wais started to come out as usual.  I, of course refused the money, but I did give her CD of the pictures she took with my phone....ugly poodle in a cheap apartment and what appeared to be a bastard son of hers.
 
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Offline Aussie

Great co operation between Nokia, yourself and the police.
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I'd like to add one more comment regarding this unfortunate and tragic accident.  What kind of idiot rides a bike like that on a dangerous road. I know exactly where that accident took place and I have been on that road many times.  Its a dangerous road.

I see this all the time...Thais riding around on their bicycles "la dee da dee da"....sedate and unaware of the danger.  They still think they're on the GD farm or something.   
 

Offline thaiga

Hit-and-run Khon Kaen driver high on drugs

A motorist hunted and arrested for a fatal, high speed hit-and-run of two bicyclists, one an infant, in Khon Kaen has admitted he was high on methamphetamine when the accident occurred.

He was apprehended at a bus terminal in Chumphon province late Thursday night and was taken to a media briefing in Khon Kaen on Friday.

He was wanted on an arrest warrant issued on April 29 by Khon Kaen provincial court for reckless driving causing death, injury and property damage, and for failing to stop to help the victims. 

Pol Col Noppadol Phetsuk, chief of Khon Kaen police, said the driver of a Toyota car that crashed through two bicycles behind ridden along a road in the northeastern province of Khon Kaen on April 28.

Two people were killed. They included a two-year-old girl riding with her 56-year-old grandmother, who  was seriously injured. The other fatality was the rider of the other cycle. The hit-and-run accident was captured on CCTV.

During interrogation, the suspect allegedly admitted he had taken methampetamine before going out and borrowing the car from his friend in Bueng Nong Khot area.

While driving the car, he had drunk beer. He was travelling around 140kph when the vehicle hit the two  bicycles from behind. After the accident, he fled to a friend’s house and then to Chumphon, where he was later caught.

Police said the suspect tested positive for drug use and was also charged with speeding, drink driving and taking illicit drugs. He now faces five counts in all over the accident.

Angry relatives of the victims reportedly tried to assault the suspect while he was being escorted to a police car. Police took him away.

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