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Look what happened when a gas tanker driver had a little snooze!
 
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Pictures on the site of 77kaoded showed what happened when a gas tanker driver had a micro sleep. 
 
He drove his vehicle into three story premises in the Wiang sub-district of Chiang Saen in Thailand's north. 
 
None of the fuel spilled and the driver was only slightly injured. 
 
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Picture: 77kaoded
 
Source: 77kaoded
 
 
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-- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2019-11-12
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1 hour ago, Assurancetourix said:
1 hour ago, webfact said:

Look what happened when a gas tanker

 

1 hour ago, Assurancetourix said:

It's not a gaz tanker, it's a fuel or benzine one 

 

This is a gaz tanker 

 

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The article said 'gas tanker', not 'gaz tanker'. And 'gas' is a commonly used abbreviation for gasoline in the US. So nothing wrong with the article.

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What are you waiting for, when you think you are doing something against these irresponsible ANIMALS?
The only luck is that nothing more than material damage has happened!
I really don't want to imagine the situation after such a truck explodes!
All vehicles carrying dangerous substances must be prohibited from passing through residential areas!

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2 hours ago, Assurancetourix said:

It's not a gaz tanker, it's a fuel or benzine one 

 

This is a gaz tanker 

 

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Absolutely correct, fuel tankers have compartments which faciltate the hauling of different grades of gasoline, diesel fuel and even jet fuel at the same time. They are also not pressurized or unloaded by pumps, gravity only.

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1 hour ago, Moonlover said:

 

The article said 'gas tanker', not 'gaz tanker'. And 'gas' is a commonly used abbreviation for gasoline in the US. So nothing wrong with the article.

If it was written/published in America

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21 minutes ago, 30la said:

What are you waiting for, when you think you are doing something against these irresponsible ANIMALS?
The only luck is that nothing more than material damage has happened!
I really don't want to imagine the situation after such a truck explodes!
All vehicles carrying dangerous substances must be prohibited from passing through residential areas!

Sabaai Sabaai, he has a good amulet..

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1 hour ago, Moonlover said:

 

The article said 'gas tanker', not 'gaz tanker'. And 'gas' is a commonly used abbreviation for gasoline in the US. So nothing wrong with the article.

We aren't in the US, if they are going to use the English language then they should use English.

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1 hour ago, Regyai said:
2 hours ago, Moonlover said:

 

The article said 'gas tanker', not 'gaz tanker'. And 'gas' is a commonly used abbreviation for gasoline in the US. So nothing wrong with the article.

 

1 hour ago, Regyai said:

If it was written/published in America

A person writing anything in English when it is his 2nd language is not obliged to use 'Queen's English' as we might know it. If the author happened to have learned their English from an American, it would be no surprise if they were to use the American vernacular.

 

So nothing wrong with the article. Only with your interpretation of it.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Moonlover said:

And 'gas' is a commonly used abbreviation for gasoline in the US. So nothing wrong with the article.

Is this the USA?  There is no gasoline here (been there - asked for it - had to learn a new term - perhaps the writer should also). 

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55 minutes ago, soalbundy said:

We aren't in the US, if they are going to use the English language then they should use English.

What arrogance. See post #27 (I am British by the way)

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