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1 dead 2 injured as motorbike crashes into parked bus

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PATTAYA: -- A Thai male has died and 2 other badly injured after crashing their motorbike straight into the back of a parked bus early on Sunday morning.

 

The incident took place on Jomtien second road at around 5:00am on September 10th.

 

All three victims are believed to be aged between 20-25 years of age. Police and emergency services arrived at the scene to find the 3 men laid flat on the road.

 

Full story: http://pattayaone.news/en/1-dead-2-injured/

 
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trogers    9,411

Five in the morning. Not just speeding. Probably high on something too...

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Get Real    1,605

Imagine what these kind of people presents in the level of danger when moving traffic is involved.

The bus was parked. Not moving! It´s not anything sad about this accident. Looks to me like premeditated murder, with a bad outcome for the culprit.

Galactically Stupid is what it is.

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docshock13    2,412

Some serious holes in the engine cover. These fellas have some pretty hard noggins (if in fact that is what caused them). 

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Prairieboy    29
19 minutes ago, jaiyen said:

They might have been going to work, Presuming you know all about it.

Wherever they were going it is amazing that they couldn't see a parked bus!  Why were there 3 persons on the bike?  I see no evidence of helmets.  Karma!

 

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trogers    9,411
20 minutes ago, jaiyen said:

They might have been going to work, Presuming you know all about it.

What business establishment opens at 6am in Jomtien or Pattaya?

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meatboy    3,716
3 minutes ago, Prairieboy said:

Wherever they were going it is amazing that they couldn't see a parked bus!  Karma!

 

more than likely parked without any lights.

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Prairieboy    29
4 minutes ago, meatboy said:

more than likely parked without any lights.

Yes and with daylight approaching within the hour the motorcyclist wouldn't need lights - many times in complete darkness they don'd 'need' lights.

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RichardColeman    741

The person driving the bike was either :

A. On his phone.

B. Stoned..

C. Taking a sip of his coffee.

D. Lighting a cigarette.

E. Looking over his shoulder and talking at his friends behind him.

F. Watching a re-run PM Friday night broadcast in a shop window.

G. Had a Death wish.

H. All of the above

 

Take your pick ?

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trogers    9,411
11 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

Well people start work early in hotels..... someone serves and cooks breakfast.

Kitchen crew in hotels for breakfast have to report for work before 5am as breakfast starts serving at 6.30am, and are usually of age 30 and over.

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newnative    1,071

Look at the photo.  What I see is a big bus parked in a traffic lane.  The motorcyclist was probably at fault but the bus shouldn't have been parked on a very poorly designed road that is not wide enough to accommodate parked buses.  It's amazing how many times cars and other vehicles run into parked vehicles that are on or close to traffic lanes--like cars with engine trouble that have stopped.  Sometimes drivers not paying careful attention don't realize they are stopped--especially true at night. 

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