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Offline Johnnie F.

Two Russian street-racers blamed for late night road crash close to Pattaya

Seven people, including two Russians were injured following a road accident in the Plu Ta Luang area, just outside of Pattaya in the early hours of Sunday morning. Police and rescue workers were called to the scene of the crash involving two high-powered motorbikes driven by Mr. Denis Fatykhov aged 27 and Mr. Vadiv Shitchenko aged 26. Witnesses claimed the two men were driving at a high rate of speed and appeared to be racing each-other when they collided with the motorbike and side-car of Khun Permpon aged 32 who was with his wife and three children and were returning home. One of the children aged 13 was seriously injured and rushed to the Queen Sirigit Hospital. The other children and four adults were later taken to Hospital suffering from a variety of minor injuries including cuts and bruises. Police are investigating the case further before they decide who was at-fault, although blame was directed at the Russian motorbike drivers at the crash scene by those involved and other witnesses.

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Offline thaiga

 They will pay for that dearly.
 
Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined.
 

Offline Johnnie F.

They will pay for that dearly.
 

To whom is the question! Who'll benefit most from their payments? Those who had the damage?
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Offline thaiga

 Not the russians thats for sure. Maybe the third party as well :evilgrin
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Offline Johnnie F.

Not the russians thats for sure. Maybe the third party as well :evilgrin

There isn't a just compensation system in Thailand. In most cases even the costs for medical treatment of injuries aren't fully covered by the mandatory insurances. Not to mention indirect damages or financial compensation for having suffered pain etc.

The Thai insurance will only pay for very little. And for getting more the victims will have to put up a lot of money for a good lawyer to sue the Russians directly. Very unlikely that they can shoulder that, if they're riding around a whole family on a motorbike with sidecar.

So, the Russians will have to pay only to "that third party". Justice served! :uhm
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