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Amazing Thailand: Accident victim goes to see slow moving police on a stretcher as statute of limitation nears


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A Thai woman who was severely injured when her motorcycle was involved in a collision with a truck nearly a year ago was forced to be wheeled into the police station on a gurney.

 

The accident happened in September 2020 and the cops had told her that the statute of limitations was up in a year and she had only ten days to give further evidence.

 

After a social media post Buarat Khuchita told Sanook reporters the Bang Yai police had been dragging their heels and the case had gone nowhere.

 

The cops apparently tried to take her fingerprints before her lawyer arrived to say that pictures of her condition should be made. 

 

She'd had a broken leg and many other injuries.

 

Despite ending up under a truck and having to spend 4.5 million baht in ICU and hospital bills she has been charged with negligent driving.

 

No one has heard from the truck company and the police have let the case drag on and on with little concrete action, she claimed. 

 

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Why the police always gotta get involved in everything from a lost bank book.up to road accidents claims.

 

Surely the police make a report and then based on that let the insurance companies deal with it

Unless of course they havent got insurance.

 

 

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Despite ending up under a truck and having to spend 4.5 million baht in ICU and hospital bills she has been charged with negligent driving.

 

No one has heard from the truck company and the police have let the case drag on and on with little concrete action, she claimed

 

 

Maybe it was an empty concrete truck and that's why there was little concrete action . 

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6 hours ago, 2008bangkok said:

Why the police always gotta get involved in everything from a lost bank book.up to road accidents claims.

 

Surely the police make a report and then based on that let the insurance companies deal with it

Unless of course they havent got insurance.

 

 

Sadly, like anywhere in the world, the police become the go-to in last resort situations. 

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