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Phuket police dodge drunk-driving probe for flying Honda CRV

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Phuket police dodge drunk-driving probe for flying Honda CRV

The Phuket News

 

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The three in the car were returning from a staff party when the car struck the curb and went airborne, then landed on a motorbike between two utility poles. Photo: Eakkapop Thongtub

 

PHUKET:-- Police say they have yet to ascertain whether or not the driver or the occupants of a “flying” Honda CRV sedan that came crashing down on a three-wheeled motorbike with box sidecar in Koh Kaew yesterday morning was drunk driving.

 

The driver, named by police as 37-year-old Prawit Prakanpai, and his two passengers were returning home from a staff party on Saturday night when the car mounted a curb in front of the PTT petrol Station north of the Bang Khu Underpass site on Thepkrasattri.

 

The car launched into the air and landed on the motorbike while pining itself between a power pole and a street light.

 

All three in the car were rushed to Vachira Phuket Hospital, and Mr Prawit, who had to be cut free from the wreck, remained unconscious.

 

Capt Udom Petcharat, Deputy Superintendent of the Phuket City Police and the officer responsible for the case, told The Phuket News today (Mar 20) that he will not be taking any investigative steps “until they get better”.

 

Asked if the driver, Mr Prawit, had been drinking, Capt Udom said, “I don’t know yet. I am waiting for the medical tests.”

 

Full Story: http://www.thephuketnews.com/phuket-police-dodge-drunk-driving-probe-for-flying-honda-crv-61461.php#SITzXIbDoATCe6OP.97

 
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Nice bodyswerve RTP- best police force money can buy.

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ID: 4   Posted (edited)

Capt Udom Petcharat, Deputy Superintendent of the Phuket City Police you are a disgrace to your nation and king. Meanwhile also in the Phuket news section "Reckless driving charges for Ukrainian woman involved in Phuket crash."

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the article states "...waiting for the medical tests"

 

maybe benefit of the doubt ( transliteration problems) 

and I'm gunna assume le'Kapitan meant "...medical test results"

 

 

he probably has no idea, not being a doctor'n'all, about what has/is/will be going on in the Ward 

(unless the BiB are standing over the twits, 24/7, with Uzis ready)

 

Bloods would have been done already, in prep, just in case transfusions were required at some stage...

 

... theres' blood in a phial ... somewhere

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Did they check at least that he had a valid pilot licence for "flying Honda CRV"?

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The driver has to be VERY RELATED with the BIB.

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19 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

a three-wheeled motorbike with box sidecar in Koh Kaew yesterday morning was drunk driving.

 

In the thread before this one the foreign lady was charged with reckless driving. Try it on for size in this case. 

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Not being a Ukrainian... no mention of reckless driving charges... blame the faulty wing modification for not deploying correctly.

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On 3/20/2017 at 6:43 PM, snoop1130 said:

Capt Udom Petcharat, Deputy Superintendent of the Phuket City Police and the officer responsible for the case, told The Phuket News today (Mar 20) that he will not be taking any investigative steps “until they get better”.

Sounds suspiciously as though charity begins with whom the RTP knows.

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