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Motorcycle Accident on Jomtien Second Road Claims Two Lives


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A tragic motorcycle accident on Jomtien Second Road in Pattaya City, Chonburi province, claimed the lives of two individuals early Monday morning.

 

According to Pol Lt Kamon Apgarun, the investigating officer at the Pattaya Police Station, emergency personnel were alerted to the accident at approximately 4:00 AM on February 12nd, 2024. Upon arrival at the scene, officers found two severely injured individuals and immediately initiated CPR attempts. Sadly, both victims succumbed to their injuries and were pronounced dead at the scene.

 

The deceased were identified as Mr. Tangpanithan Phumiphan, 32-years-old, and Mr. Boonma Nissadajon, 46-years-old. Both men were found near their overturned Yamaha NMax motorcycle, which displayed visible skid marks.

 

By Aim Tanakorn

 

Full story: The Pattaya News 2024-02-12

 

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A thorough investigation is currently underway to determine the exact cause of the accident.

Save the effort.

4 AM, high speed 2nd road Jomtien.

We didn't do a bit of a race competition, didn't we?

Those bloody curves.

 

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Many residents have asked the city for further action in this area to stop racing and accidents, with various suggestions from installing more warning signs to even implementing speed bumps suggested.

You can put as many signs as you want.

Speed bumps and tank barriers is the only means that these hooligans understand.

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11 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

The deceased were identified as Mr. Tangpanithan Phumiphan, 32-years-old, and Mr. Boonma Nissadajon, 46-years-old. Both men were found near their overturned Yamaha NMax motorcycle, which displayed visible skid marks.

Not surprising, those last seconds must have been traumatic.

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13 minutes ago, mikebell said:

Another triumph for Pattaya Plod's disinterest in road safety.  With the plethora of CCTV cameras, red light running and speeding could be swiftly eliminated IF RTP did any work!

You can add motorcycles using the underpass and motorway, which I see a lot lately.

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That bend is pretty sharp but, being Thais rather than tourists fresh of the last banana boat, they should have known about it. Nobody forced them to drive dangerously fast along there, and they didn't hurt anyone else, so what will be will be. RIP, anyway, a waste of life, but that seems to be the Thai way when it comes to driving.

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18 hours ago, KhunBENQ said:

 

Save the effort.

4 AM, high speed 2nd road Jomtien.

We didn't do a bit of a race competition, didn't we?

Those bloody curves.

 

You can put as many signs as you want.

Speed bumps and tank barriers is the only means that these hooligans understand.

Speed bumps slow down emergency vehicles and can also cause lives as well as help to save them. but you can bet if someone dies because they could not get to the hospital in time because the ambulance was slowed down by speed bumps you will never hear about it.

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1 hour ago, Guderian said:

RIP, anyway, a waste of life, but that seems to be the Thai way when it comes to driving.

 

It all depends on the individual Thai driver, just as it does with UK drivers.  When I pass by Central Marina I sometimes think of these two:

 

Fatal Bike Accident, Two Welsh Lads Who Died In Pattaya Last Year

 

But the UK idiots, as "our lads," are a protected class, so we twist ourselves into pretzels making excuses. The dear lads were dodging a dog, pothole, or best--it was some Thai's fault, LOL.

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