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15 year old suffers serious injuries after motorbike accident

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PATTAYA: -- A 15 year old Thai male is recovering in hospital after crashing his Honda motorbike whilst driving home from his friends birthday party.

 

The incident took place at around 10:30 on September 10th on the main Sukhumvit road, close to central Pattaya.

  

Police and emergency services arrived at the scene to find the young boy laid motionless on the the road, with blood pouring from his mouth and arms.

 

Full story: http://pattayaone.news/en/15-year-old-motorbike-accident/

 
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1 hour ago, jaiyen said:

Slow learners in fast lane for a fast death. Thai kids will never learn road manners or common sense.  "Whats a crash helmet ?"

It's something you should consider buying after your first crash - if you survive, though!

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39 minutes ago, mikebell said:

They are all illegal but Pattaya police do not enforce these laws as there's nothing in it for them.  After dark (ie when the police are cowering in bed) Sukhumvit becomes a racetrack for under age racers most with no lights.  Thailand is World Number 1 in the motorbike death league.  The (lack of) police must bear the brunt of the blame.

It is not illegal for a 15-year-old to ride a motorcycle as long as it's under 110cc.

 

As for blame, try the parents and the education system who all have access to the kids before the police.

 

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52 minutes ago, mikebell said:

 The (lack of) police must bear the brunt of the blame.

No society is to blame. It should be socially unacceptable to ride without a helmet.  Parents should not allow their 15 years olds to ride without helmets.

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1 hour ago, VocalNeal said:

No society is to blame. It should be socially unacceptable to ride without a helmet.  Parents should not allow their 15 years olds to ride without helmets.

Should not allow? The parents were probably in constant fear of being murdered in their sleep...

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He's too young to get a license.....parents are at fault for allowing him to ride. Sorry not much sympathy.

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Oh well,   one more party at the Wat.

Shame on the parents, and authorities of Thailand.

You care not about your children.

You have the power to change this,  but you choose not to do so.

Lazy people.

 

Darwin wins again. 

 

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It's very hard to change the culture, if the police don't enforce the laws already in place. So it comes with the territory, just another rider thinking he is invincible. WRONG 555555

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