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Father and his 4-year-old daughter trapped inside their sedan after collision with truck in Sri Racha, rainy weather blamed


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By Tanakorn Panyadee

 

Sri Racha — A father and his 4-year-old daughter got trapped inside their sedan after reportedly crashing into a truck yesterday afternoon, June 26th, 2022. The father sustained severe leg injuries, according to reports.

 

Pol. Lt. Col. Phuwanat Phuthithuan from the Bowin Police Station received a traffic accident report mid-afternoon on Sunday, June 26th, on Laem Chabang-Map Iang Rd in the Khao Khan Song subdistrict, Sri Racha, Chonburi.

 

Full story: https://thepattayanews.com/2022/06/27/father-and-his-4-year-old-daughter-trapped-inside-their-sedan-after-collision-with-truck-in-sri-racha-rainy-weather-blamed/

 

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2 hours ago, dlclark97 said:

It seems there is no common sense here when there is a need to adapt to road conditions. 

There is no common sense, period. About anything. I don't know how that situation has developed - maybe kids not being allowed to think for themselves at school - but I've yet to detect any common sense here. A recent example was my wife wanting to give some eye drops to our dog who had a problem. She thought it was okay to use our eyedrops as the dog eats the same food as us. I Googled and found the dog could have been blinded. And she isn't stupid - she has two degrees. But .....

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22 minutes ago, Bangkok Barry said:

They just don't have a clue and, what is worse, they don't want to learn.

They don't need to learn, their amulet will protect them, except in this case the amulet must have forgot it's responsibilities.

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4 hours ago, Photoguy21 said:

First off I would like to say I hope both the father and the child recover from this accident quickly.

Having said that if the people were taught about distance and road conditions it is very possible such an accident would never have taken place. 

Still wouldn't matter a lot to Thai males.

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5 hours ago, Photoguy21 said:

Better to have everyone trained so they can drive safely in such conditions

and how are they going to do  that ?????

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19 hours ago, Photoguy21 said:

First off I would like to say I hope both the father and the child recover from this accident quickly.

And the the father learns a valuable lesson....

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I hope they are both oke, but to blame this on the rain.

 

More likely a heavy right foot or/and not keeping enough distance from the car/truck in front!

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19 hours ago, richard_smith237 said:

What is it with the Thai population who seem to lack any ability to accept responsibility ???

A national trait.

 

They will also blame others and stab you in the back if it makes them look good. 

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19 hours ago, richard_smith237 said:

Clearly... the person driving was at fault... to blame the rain highlights the moronically juvenile mentalities of both those reporting and the driver. 

Children in adult bodies. 

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17 hours ago, Excel said:

Still wouldn't matter a lot to Thai males.

It might do if the penalties were of significance and not just a few hundred Baht

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