Motorcyclist fatality in Chon Buri prompts lorry’s uncommon protecting measure

A motorcyclist met his end after he misplaced control and hit an electricity pole in a tragic deadly accident. What made this accident unusual was that a lorry driver then parked his car over the motorcyclist’s body to prevent additional injury.
The incident happened around 4am today, on the Chon Buri-Ban Bueng Economic Road, Nong Ree Subdistrict, Chon Buri Province. The motorcyclist, wearing denims and a shirt, aged between 25 and 35 years old, suffered extreme injuries, including a fractured cranium and broken ribs.
Initially, the deceased motorcyclist’s body was found beneath a 22-wheel Hino lorry with license plates from Rayong. There had been traces of brake marks and blood on the lorry’s wheels, reported KhaoSod.
Approximately forty metres away, the deceased’s Honda PCX motorcycle, registered in Ubon Ratchathani, was found crashed on the ground. The close by streetlight confirmed indicators of a collision.
An eyewitness, named Aek, reported seeing the motorcyclist lose control and collide with the pole, after which the lorry was parked over the body.
The 56 year old lorry driver Wutthiphon claimed that the motorcyclist had hit the electricity pole earlier than he arrived and braked. He parked his lorry over the body to forestall other vehicles from inflicting further hurt. The police will evaluation CCTV footage to confirm the lorry driver’s declare and proceed with legal action accordingly.
Motorbike deaths are all too common in Thailand. Just three weeks ago, Chon Buri saw one other tragic fatality. An 18 12 months previous younger man tragically lost his life in a bike crash on the new Chon Buri Bridge, a well-liked vacationer spot within the province.
The accident occurred at eleven.30pm when his motorcycle hit a pace bump, inflicting him to lose management and crash. Itemized , identified as Theerawat, was visiting the bridge for the primary time with a good friend, unfamiliar with the route.
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