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Bride-to-be killed outside factory as future husband waits for her - police investigating multiple collision


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Police and rescue services in Nakhon Nayok, central Thailand, arrived at a scene of absolute tragedy outside a factory on Suwannasorn Road in the Ban Na district yesterday.

 

Thirty year old Chollasit or "Am" was cradling the dead body of his girlfriend Natthakan, 27, who had just finished work at the factory.

 

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The couple were due to marry on Christmas Day.

 

Am in tears told how he had arrived in his Pajero to pick up his beloved after work and she was walking out at just the wrong moment. 

 

He was hit from behind by an 18 wheel truck and slammed into his bride-to-be who was crushed against a food truck with them all colliding with a power pole and a phone box. 

 

The lady in the food truck suffered a facial injury and declined a hospital visit.

 

A woman called Ploenphit, 48, who was on a motorcycle was taken to hospital.

 

The truck was stopped 500 meters away.

 

The driver Natthawut, 49, said he had tried to avoid another collision and hit the Pajero.

 

He had an empty truck and was going from Talad Thai to Chanthaburi.

 

Police are checking CCTV as they investigate the accident, reported Thai Rath

 

Daily News also picked up on the tragedy with a picture captioned: 

"Death of a bride-to-be".
 

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Daily News Thai Caption "Death of a bride-to-be"

 

 

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Why can't they get this together?

 

It's not that hard to drive relatively safely as a nation.

 

But to have one of the highest road fatalities in the world.

 

Isn't it a loss of face?

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26 minutes ago, 2009 said:

Why can't they get this together?

 

It's not that hard to drive relatively safely as a nation.

 

But to have one of the highest road fatalities in the world.

 

Isn't it a loss of face?

Not if you’re in denial.

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21 hours ago, worgeordie said:

He was either thinking of doing a runner .. or was going too fast and this

is where he stopped , tragic story , happening everyday .

 

regards worgeordie

Yes, ANOTHER sad depressing story of an everyday occurrence and nothing changes,at least not in the twenty years I know of.Except the traffic seems to get worse and worse.

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21 hours ago, webfact said:

Thirty year old Chollasit or "Am" was cradling the dead body of his girlfriend Natthakan, 27, who had just finished work at the factory.

I can't think of anything worse happening... absolutely tragic.

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On 12/9/2022 at 6:45 PM, 2009 said:

Why can't they get this together?

 

It's not that hard to drive relatively safely as a nation.

 

But to have one of the highest road fatalities in the world.

 

Isn't it a loss of face?

No, it's a hub.

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