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A fast-moving cement truck merging into the Dolphin Roundabout in North Pattaya collided with a motorbike and killed its 30-year-old female driver. The victim’s 23-year-old passenger was also injured. Both women are go-go dancers at Baccara nightclub. The victim died instantly when she fell under the moving truck and was run over.

PATTAYA – March 29, 2013 [PDN]; At 11:30 a.m., a report of a fatal traffic collision was received by Pol. Lt. Sanan Khotanon, investigation officer on duty, Pattaya police station, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province.

A concrete truck had collided with the motorbike at the Dolphin roundabout, north Pattaya road, Moo 5 Tambon Na Kleu, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province. The rescue officers of Sawangboribultharmmasatharn Pattaya foundation went to the scene along with police.

The victim was lying on the road beside her motorbike, a pink Honda Click. She was identified as Ms. Chalermsri Samarnjai, age 30, address 150 Moo 9 Tambon Songhong, Amphur Meuang Buriram, Buriram province.

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There were many wounds on the victim’s head and on the right side of her body. A 23-year-old co-worker who was a passenger on the motorbike had minor injuries.

Nearby was the vehicle that killed the victim, a yellow LD concrete truck of Nam Heng Co., Ltd. The driver was waiting for the police at the incident. He was identified as Mr. Itthiphol Ngernphoklang, age 23, address 104/1 Moo 2 Tambon Khlongmaplub, Amphur Srinakhorn, Sukhothai province.

Police questioned the victim’s co-worker, identified as Ms. Uraiporn Seesaohae, age 23, from Tambon Nong Yai, Amphur Sateuk, Buriram province.

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She told police that she and her friend worked as dancers at the Baccara go-go nightclub on Walking Street. They were returning on the motorbike from Na Kleu to go back to their apartment on Soi Korphai in south Pattaya.

As they entered the Dolphin Roundabout, a speeding concrete truck also merged into the roundabout and suddenly scraped their motorbike. The impact caused the body of her friend to get thrown under the truck, and its rear wheels ran over her head and body, killing her instantly. Meanwhile, Ms. Uraiporn suffered only slight injuries to her knees and her body.

The rescue officers brought the victim to be kept at Banglamung hospital to wait for relatives to pick up the body to perform religious rites.

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Motorbikes in pattaya ??? RIP poor girl no way to go

MIKE

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I read about RAIDS on clubs all the time, or cleaning up beach road

They need to relay focus on ROAD rules in Thailand

Its just insane

RIP

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And they are talking about changing to right hand drive in 2014. The number of deaths will triple, Thais do not know how to drive now.

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And they are talking about changing to right hand drive in 2014. The number of deaths will triple, Thais do not know how to drive now.

why most of them drive on the wrong side now

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And they are talking about changing to right hand drive in 2014. The number of deaths will triple, Thais do not know how to drive now.

 

 

why most of them drive on the wrong side now

 

That was on April 1st I believe.

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Poor girl may she rest in peace my condolences to the family, it's a little inconvenient for all the travelers but more lights are needed to help slow traffic down and prevent tragedies like this one

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