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Pickups collide, 3 killed, 14 injured
« on: April 24, 2017, 07:28:07 PM »
Well! songkran is over but the deaths on the road carry on, like someone posted it's not 7 dangerous days, more like 365, in one of these pick ups alone was 14 people, that's just too many, 11 were sitting in the back tray.

Pickups collide, 3 killed, 14 injured


The two damaged pickup trucks after the collision at an intersection in Sangkha district, Surin, in which three people were killed and 14 injured. (Photo by Nopparat Kingkaew)

Three people were killed and 14 others injured when two pickup trucks collided in the middle of an intersection in southern Sangkha district on Monday, police said.

Pol Capt Samart Khlongdee, duty officer at Dom police station, said the crash occurred about 2.26pm at the intersection near Lantae village on Lantae - Chong Chom Road in tambon Thepraksa, which runs along Thai-Cambodian border.

One of the two vehicles was an Isuzu pickup with 14 people on board. The driver, his wife and son were in the truck's front section, and 11 others were sitting in the back tray.

When the vehicles collided all of those sitting in the back were thrown out onto the road.  One of them, 79, Mr T mother-in-law, was killed. The other people in the vehicle were injured.

The other vehicle was a Toyota Mighty X with three people on board. J, 35, the driver, sustained serious injuries. His wife, J, and six-year-old son, were killed.

Villagers said accidents occurred frequently at this intersection.

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Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined.
 

 



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