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Tragedy in Korat: Man claims his wife "grabbed the steering wheel" during an argument - she dies at scene


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Pho Klang police in Muang district of Nakhon Ratchasima were called after a four door Isuzu pick-up collided head on with a power pole on the local road of Mitraphap Highway.

 

The accident happened yesterday evening between kilometer markers 133 and 134 in Khok Kruat sub-district outside a Mitsubishi showroom.

 

Attaphol, 31, from Chokchai district suffered head and leg injuries to both legs and after first aid was taken to Debaratana Hospital Ratchasima. 

 

Deuan, 36, from Sung Nern, was given CPR but she died at the scene. 

 

Attaphol said that they were a couple who had a two month old child.

 

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Picture: Siam Rath

 

They both worked at Chert Chai Car Honda - he a mechanic and she in the accounts section. 

 

They were going home when an argument developed and he claimed that she grabbed the wheel propelling them into the power pole.

 

ASEAN NOW would like to add a caveat to the story; Siam Rath did not make it 100% clear who was driving but we believe that it was the husband. 

 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

Man claims his wife "grabbed the steering wheel" during an argument

died at the scene. 

Oh dear, sad story. 

 

I hope the cops will read between the lines, it tells a different story. 

 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

They were going home when an argument developed and he claimed that she grabbed the wheel propelling them into the power pole.

One tug too many.

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1 minute ago, OttoPollmann said:

The first picture. You can see two impact marks on the windscreen folding the glass outwards.

could just be two mobile phones being used on collision 

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1 hour ago, Liverpool Lou said:

Where did it state that seatbelts weren't being used?

If you look at the windscreen there are 2 indentations where the driver & passenger collided with it.

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24 minutes ago, RichardColeman said:

could just be two mobile phones being used on collision 

I've got some spare straws if you'd like some to cling too, totally laughable.

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3 hours ago, Liverpool Lou said:

Where did it state that seatbelts weren't being used?

Where did it state seatbelts were being used? 

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2 hours ago, kidneyw said:

Maybe hers was.

 My guess, this is a head impact

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27 minutes ago, Tarteso said:

 My guess, this is a head impact

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That's pretty obvious, no seatbelts. Phone would in the worst case make a small dent.

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Said to BIL a couple of weeks back   ''Why don't you and SIL ever wear seatbelts in your Truck ?''  Answer was ''Never worn them and never will as they are dangerous '' !   Right; that's settled that then !!

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5 hours ago, SAFETY FIRST said:

hope the cops will read between the lines, it tells a different story. 

 

I'm not following. What do you think happened?

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Well this is a sad story, and seeing the 2 impact spots on the windshield is

pretty obvious. I am unable to read between the lines, and I have seen

many people argue all over the world when they are driving. 

  RIP to the woman.

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18 hours ago, OttoPollmann said:
19 hours ago, Liverpool Lou said:

Where did it state that seatbelts weren't being used?

The first picture. You can see two impact marks on the windscreen folding the glass outwards.

No, that was not stated, you're just speculating, you have no idea what happened inside that vehicle.

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18 hours ago, Golden Triangle said:
20 hours ago, Liverpool Lou said:

Where did it state that seatbelts weren't being used?

If you look at the windscreen there are 2 indentations where the driver & passenger collided with it.

You have no idea how those marks were caused!

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16 hours ago, Tarteso said:
20 hours ago, Liverpool Lou said:

Where did it state that seatbelts weren't being used?

Where did it state seatbelts were being used? 

Why would that be stated?

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3 minutes ago, Liverpool Lou said:

Why would that be stated?

Why wouldn't it ?

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From the amount of damage it looks like quite a low speed accident  in which you  would be non fatal if wearing a seat belt.

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