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Sattahip Motorcyclist Dies in Tragic Accident, Lack of Lighting Blamed


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Chonburi — A Thai motorcyclist died after falling from his motorbike and being run over by a car on Highway 331 in Chonburi province.


The accident occurred at 4:36 AM on June 20th on the inbound lane to Sattahip near the entrance to the Nong Ta Son village at kilometer marker 29. Rescue workers responded to the scene to find the victim, an unidentified man between 35 and 45 years old, deceased at the scene. He was not carrying any personal identification documents.

 

The victim’s Honda Wave 125 motorbike was found near his body with extensive damage from being run over by a car. Another driver involved, identified only as Mr. Amnat, 57, was waiting at the scene to provide his statement to the police.

 

By Aim Tanakorn

 

Full story: THE PATTAYA NEWS 2024-06-22

 

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Lack of Lighting Blamed

Rip .

Is this a new excuse/Blame for accidents? 

No way this  is possible . there are Lights on a Bike and Lights on cars they are there to see where one is going  at night  without street lights  Pretty simple isn't it.

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1 hour ago, digger70 said:

Lack of Lighting Blamed

Rip .

Is this a new excuse/Blame for accidents? 

No way this  is possible . there are Lights on a Bike and Lights on cars they are there to see where one is going  at night  without street lights  Pretty simple isn't it.

Its only simple for those who use a bit of grey matter

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Need to do a toxicology report on the rider….if he just wasn’t on the pavement to start with, street lights wouldn’t be an excuse….

 

never the fault of the behaviors of the drivers…always on external factors….driving behavior or their decision making is never faulted/accountable 

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14 hours ago, digger70 said:

No way this  is possible . there are Lights on a Bike and Lights on cars they are there to see where one is going  at night  without street lights  Pretty simple isn't it.

And to be seen.

So many bikes in rural areas have non-functional lights... it's as if they take the bulbs out to save on petrol. Even if not, I often see a headlight blocked by something in the front basket... two or three kids, or the family dog maybe. 

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