Drunk driving incident kills Phuket motorbike rider

A drunk driving incident killed a Phuket motorcycle rider this morning.
A forty eight 12 months outdated Phuket passenger van driver has been charged with drink driving causing dying following a collision with a motorbike in Samkong, resulting in the demise of the fifty four yr previous motorcycle rider. The incident occurred at around 6am when the van, travelling at a high pace, collided with the bike from behind, causing the rider to hit a roadside energy pole, The Phuket News reported.
Police had been informed of the accident on Yaowarat Road, which took place approximately one hundred metres from the intersection between Sam Kong Intersection and Bangkok Hospital Phuket. Emergency responders from Vachira Phuket Hospital and the Kusoldharm Foundation arrived at the scene to seek out the sufferer lying beside his heavily broken Honda Wave motorcycle.
The van, a legally registered Toyota taxi, sustained vital harm to its entrance left area and had a cracked windscreen because of the impact. The driver, Natthaphong Samart, was ready for the police when they arrived at the scene. The investigation revealed that the motorcycle rider was heading in the path of the intersection when he was struck by the van.
Natthaphong Samart was subsequently taken to Phuket City Police Station, the place he underwent a blood alcohol test. The results confirmed a blood alcohol content material of 230 milligrams per one hundred millilitres (230mg/dL). Consequently, the police charged him with drunk driving causing death, reckless driving causing dying, and reckless driving causing property harm to others. Natthaphong confessed to the costs towards him.
This information comes just a week after another motorcycle rider was killed in Phuket.
Ironclad , a motorbike tragedy in Phuket claimed the lifetime of a younger Polish lady. The 33 year outdated rider was killed after she crashed her motorbike and slid under a trailer truck in the Chalong sub-district of Phuket’s primary city district..

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